I don't think we can ever get over the fear of going to the dentist. It's like learning to drive or swim or speak in public. We may be fearful at first, but once we realize the benefits, we will be willing to do it again.
I am somewhat of an expert in this field. For 20 years I installed computers in Dental offices. I have visited over 400 Dental offices and met with thousands of Dental professionals. They all agree that "Fear of the Dentist" exists. Many Dental practices specialize in "Fearful Patients" and go to great lengths to make your visits less painful and less scary. Try looking for one of those offices. For me though, I believe the single most important factor in overcoming your fear is "getting to know your Dentist". Schedule a visit just to talk to your Dentist. If the office will not schedule a "pre-visit" then choose another Dentist. Knowing the people in a dental office will go a long way to easing your fear. When I make an appointment, the office usually books an entire hour because they know that Dr Joe is going to spend 20 minutes doing dentistry and 40 minutes talking about dogs, computers, cooking and whatever.
First you buy a dental plan . those plans that are at low cost. You can try carington plan 500 for about 95.00 Dollars a year. With the insurance plan most dentist will open the entrance in their clinic. You start with the consultation at your first visit. Xray is important to start your treatment. Then, the Dentist with the dental hygienist will find what you need to have done. The cost some times is over the insurance plan. They have creditors to help you pay the dental work. You go to two different dentist to have a second opinion. You will see the true while the second Dentist tell you what you need.
by solicemoon 11 months ago
If you have no money to go to the dentist and your wisdom tooth is hurting badly. What do you do? I
by browneyedgirl09 8 years ago
Filling came out of rootcanaled tooth a small metal wire is now showing.What should I do?8-10 days ago the porceline filling came out of a root canaled tooth , which i had done 4 years ago. Two days ago I was flossing my teeth, when I noticed a small metal wire coming from the tooth where the...
by dentist83 8 years ago
What is the story behind your fear to the dentist?
by clinicadentalks 7 years ago
There I have seen many people who get anxious when they have an appointment with a doctor with any field specialty.But among them the maximum are having dentophobia.But today with the help of sedation dentistry, now the fear has reduced much.
by ScarletRyan1970 4 years ago
Hello, Every time i meet an American person they all have got such great teeth. What is your secret? I used to be a Dental Nurse both in Australia and here in Ireland. And i can tell you i have seen ...
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
I was reading another thread about Frogdropping had gone to the dentist and it's too old to respond.The worst thing for me was when I needed oral surgery to remove a tooth which was broken below the gums.anyways the whole procedure took only 15 mins, the bad bad part was them telling me "you...
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