Tag Archives: Dental Phobia

  1. Tips To Ease Dental Anxiety

    We frequently hear from patients that they experience nervousness before visiting our office for a dental treatment or hygiene examination and cleaning. We understand that patients have these feelings, and we can offer assistance to any patient to help them overcome their anxieties and fears. Our concern is when nerves keep patients from visiting our office for routine appointments and recommended treatments. Delaying dental care can lead to dental emergencies, additional treatments, and even tooth loss. We want to offer some tips that can help you relax before your treatment and help you be more comfortable during your appointment.

  2. Does The Dentist Make You Anxious?

    Have you found yourself avoiding the dentist due to anxiety? Maybe you need a procedure done and it is causing some apprehension, so you have been putting it off. Sedation dentistry makes it possible for those with dental anxiety to have a relaxing and anxiety-free experience. There are several types of sedation dentistry, but intravenous sedation provides the deepest relaxation.

  3. So Many Of Us Have Dental Phobia

    Do you find yourself putting off important dental treatments because you’re afraid of anxiety or fear? Or do you wonder why your family member has such a fear of going to the dentist, even if it’s just for a routine cleaning? Many Americans deal with dental phobia, or fear of the dentist. Some of these individuals are so fearful that they haven’t set foot in a dentist’s office in years. We want patients to know that we understand this fear, and that we offer a solution so that you or your loved one can get the dental care they deserve. Read more about how we help patients have a comfortable dental experience every visit.

  4. Sedation Dentistry Helps Relieve Fear

    If you fear coming to the dentist, you are not alone—many others share your fear. Your hesitation might be related to a fear of the drill or receiving injections, or even a previous experience. This fear can cause some to avoid seeking dental care, even when desperately needed. There is a remedy available that provides a way for you to complete your dental treatment without anxiety.