At Sterling Heights Dentistry, we aim to exceed your expectations about what it means to visit the dentist. You shouldn’t have to settle for a boring, clinical office and a cold, unwelcoming team. We aim to bring light to your dental appointment and help you feel right at home. Our patients are our top priority, so please let us know if there’s anything we can do to make your experience even better!Contact Us
Be Our Guest
at Sterling Heights Dentistry
- Cozy Seating Area
- Coffee Station
- TVs Throughout Office
- Free WiFi
Have you been putting off dental treatment due to dental fear and anxiety? You’re not alone! Many adults and kids struggle with their fear of visiting the dentist. In addition to our warm, homey atmosphere, we also offer safe, relaxing sedation dentistry to help you feel comfortable at your appointments.
- Nitrous Oxide
- Oral Conscious Sedation
- General Anesthesia
Nitrous oxide is the most common and mildest form of sedation used for patients with dental anxiety or those undergoing mild dental procedures. It is administered through a nose mask and puts patients into a giddy, almost euphoric mood, which is why it is often called laughing gas.
Oral conscious sedation is a pill that patients can take before their appointment begins. They will remain conscious and able to communicate with our team, but feel a strong sense of calm and well-being throughout their treatment.
General anesthesia is the sedation choice for patients undergoing oral surgery. This is a deeper form of sedation that is administered by a registered anesthesiologist. We take extra precautions with general anesthesia and follow the strictest safety guidelines.
We stay on the leading edge of dentistry to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality care available. Our treatment rooms are fully stocked with state-of-the-art technology to provide truly advanced care.
- Digital X-Rays
- Smile Preview Software
- Intraoral Camera
Our digital X-ray technology allows us to take precise, almost-instant imaging of teeth, bone, and soft tissues. They emit less radiation than traditional X-rays and expedite the treatment process.
Through our smile preview software, we can design a virtual model of a patient’s new smile if they are undergoing restorative or cosmetic treatments. It helps us map out their treatment and ensure that they are happy with what their end results will look like before we even start treatment.
With intraoral cameras, we can project a video feed of our patients’ mouths so that they can see what we do. This helps us walk them through their diagnoses and treatment recommendations.