Our Team & PracticeSt Helena, CA
St. Helena Dental Studio
1510 Railroad Ave
St Helena, CA 94574
Your Dentist Should Be More Than a “Fix-It” Doctor!
Introducing Wellness Dentistry
At St. Helena Dental Studio, our healing- holistic approach to dentistry takes into consideration the fact that your dental health is a vital and important part of your overall health and wellness. We acknowledge your entire body’s wellness, not just your teeth! Often, there are things happening with your mouth that may be causing other health issues, and it is our priority to make that connection. At the St. Helena Dental Studio, we specialize in the diagnosing, treating and caring for the whole patient rather than just the patient’s teeth and gums. We prefer to look at our patients from a broad perspective; including their physical, mental and emotional states, along with other outside influences that may be affecting them. We fervently believe that your dental health is an integral part of your overall well-being.
Traditionally overlooked, Dr. Pauline Demetrakopulos believes that her patient’s understanding of the options available to them to best create a healthy and beautiful smile, along with their overall wellness and dental health, are key to achieving the best results. To this end, Dr. “D”s” “patient education” includes the use of advanced technologies like an Intraoral camera, a tiny camera that takes pictures inside your mouth that allows both you and Dr. “D” to see your teeth as she does and discuss with you the best treatment options available to you.
Your Comfort is One of Our Most Important Priorities
At St. Helena Dental Studio, we strive to erase your feelings of unease by providing you with an environment that is designed to calm, relax and comfort you. When we can sooth away any apprehension you may be feeling, it contributes to making your treatments go much smoother... and we start the moment you walk through our front door. We offer you magnificent views of the Napa Valley and its mountains and vineyards along with comfortable dental chairs, a pillow for your head, noise-suppressing headphones and even a warm blanket should you want one.
At St. Helena Dental Studio, we are dedicated to your comfort, relaxation and the absolute best dental care available!
We thank you for allowing us to take care of your dental needs and look forward to serving you.
Make an appointment today. We’ll give you a reason to smile!
Meet The Team
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