Do you know you are overdue for a hygiene examination but are struggling to get the nerve to call our office? Or have we recommended a dental treatment to restore your oral health and you are afraid to receive treatment? If either of these scenarios sounds like you, you most likely suffer from dental anxiety or dental phobia. These are very real feelings that can cause patients to avoid the dentist for months, years, and even decades at a time. Dental care is important for your oral health as well as your overall health. We offer a solution to help patients get the dental care they need while keeping them in a relaxed state throughout treatment. Does this sound like something that may benefit you or a loved one? Continue reading to learn more.
Are you a nervous patient when you visit the dentist? Do you avoid scheduling an appointment or delay needed treatment out of fear? If you experience these feelings, you are not alone. There is a large percentage of dental patients that experience some form of nervousness that ranges from minor nerves to extreme fear. We believe in helping all patients and will help address each patient’s needs and assist everyone to be comfortable when they visit our office.
We all know that tooth decay can cause numerous negative effects for your oral health. Without treatment, decay can lead to severe cavities, worn enamel, discomfort, infection, and even tooth loss. Did you know there is another area in your mouth that needs just as much monitoring and affects almost half of the adults in the United States?
Does the thought of going to the dentist send you into a panic? Or maybe you are so nervous about the dentist that you have been avoiding a needed treatment. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Approximately 75% of adults in the United States share this same fear. There is a solution to your fears and worries with sedation dentistry.
Does the very thought of going to the dentist send shivers down your spine? You may be suffering from dental anxiety or phobia. This can be caused by a traumatic dental or healthcare experience, or generalized anxiety and phobias. Some people could experience this as a slight nervousness, but for others, a trip to the dentist can be an actual nightmare that prevents them from getting appropriate treatment.
Kiss Dental Anxiety Goodbye! Do you have a fear of the dentist’s office? Nearly 75% of the population shares your fear. Fortunately, there is a solution that will allow you to keep your appointment — while remaining relaxed and worry-free. Overcome Dental Fear With Relaxation Dentistry Relaxation dentistry strives to make the dental experience as…
An Action Plan You Might Need It happens every time you arrive at the dental office for your appointment: Your heart races and you imagine a variety of torturous scenarios. Your dental anxiety strikes again! How do you come to terms with your anxieties? What can we do to make your dental visit more relaxing?…