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Welcome to 99 West Dental

Now a Delta Dental Premier Provider!


Going to the dentist doesn't have to be stressful!  You can relax knowing you will get the expert care with the freedom to choose from multiple sedation options that will put your mind at ease.  You will leave our offices pain free, stress free, and with a beautiful smile!  We are Where Beauty and Life Meet.

99 West Dental can provide you and your family with variety of dental care services including laser dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, oral surgery and preventive and general dentistry located in Amelia, serving Anderson Township, Greater Cincinnati and Eastgate areas of Ohio.

With the latest in technology, a professional seasoned staff, and a friendly Doctor with over 30 years of experience and continuous education, 99 West Dental Services will ease your pain and give you a Smile you can be proud of. Our office provides a full range of dental services including routine cleaning and periodontal services, white fillings, oral surgery (extractions), laser techniques (no shot, no drill), implants and cosmetic services for both adults and children!

We are one of the few dental offices in the Cincinnati Metro area where you can receive IV Sedation as an anesthetic option with full patient monitoring.  Fears of going to the dentist are a common problem for many patients.  99 West Dental Staff empathizes by offering the best possible solution to meet your individual needs.  

To learn more about our practice or to make an appointment please call us at 513.753.4780 or complete our online contact form and a staff member will be in touch with you shortly. We hope our website has answered all of your questions and we look forward to your visit!

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Doctor

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  • Dr.
    Edward G. Parobek

    Dr. Parobek received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1970 and his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree in 1974, both from The Ohio State University. 

    After dental school, he served in the USAF Dental Corps and started private practice in 1976.  He is a member of the Cincinnati Dental SocietyOhio Dental AssocationAmerican Dental AssociationAmerican Dental Society of AnethesiologyAcademy of Laser Dentistry and a Fellow in Conscious Sedation.

    Dr. Edward G. Parobek began practicing family dentistry over 30 years ago and has built a true family practice by providing dental services to multiple generations of patients.

    Not only is Dr. Parobek passionate about Dentistry, but he is also an instrument rated pilot and enjoys kayaking and motorcycling.   

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