Friday, June 24, 2011

Dental Anxiety

Do you ever get nervous just thinking about going to the dentist? You might be worrying unnecessarily. With dentistry's many advances, diagnosis and treatment gets more sophisticated and comfortable all the time.

It's often best to share your anxiety. If you're tense or anxious, tell your dentist and the dental staff. Getting your concerns out in the open will let your dentist adapt the treatment to your needs
Try to choose a time for your dental visit when you're less likely to be rushed or under pressure. For some people, that means a Saturday or an early-morning appointment.

If the sound of the drill bothers you, bring a portable audio player and headset so you can listen to your favorite music. During the dental visit you might try visualizing yourself relaxing on a warm beach.
These positive techniques work wonders for many. Try them on your next dental visit.

For more oral health tips visit http://www.ada.org

For more information on dental implants, veneers, Invisalign, and cosmetic dentistry please visit http://www.precioussmiles.com or call (305) 532-9114 for an appointment.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the idea there would be some apprehensions from segment but i am up for it.
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  2. This industry is exactly like the cosmetic one.
    People are afraid of the dentist, surgeon or laser treatments but at least once they use some of these services.

    The reputation of a doctor should be clean if he wants to have clients, and in order to have a clean reputation his services must be the best.


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