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Dec 9th, 2010 City of London dentists help beat dental anxiety Get in touch

Regular visits to your dentist are the most basic measure to ensure that your teeth and gums remain in excellent health. Giving your dentist the opportunity to thoroughly examine your mouth twice a year means that painful conditions are far less likely to develop and you probably won’t have to undergo invasive surgery. Yet many people feel anxious about going to see their dentist for a variety of reasons.

If you are afraid of needles then going to the dentist is just another thing that you probably won’t want to do. Childhood memories of painful procedures can make you feel reticent about making the appointment too. These feeling can be hard to overcome, especially if you have had them for a number of years.

Personality clashes with staff can make it more difficult to visit the dentist too. It can be very awkward if you have had a past disagreement with your dentist or a member of staff who works there. You many feel that your dentist was unsympathetic to your needs and not want to visit again, in case the same problem should present itself.

It is very important to realise that dental practice has changed a lot in recent times. One of the primary concerns of modern dentists is to make sure that patients feel relaxed in the surgery and often use DVDs and soothing music to achieve this. Pain free gels can render injections far less uncomfortable and modern technology means that generally the time which you will need to spend at the dentists for a procedure is drastically reduced.

Finally, it is crucial to bear in mind that if you feel that your dentist is not treating you the way feel you should be treated and that this is bringing on dental anxiety, you ought to find another dentist. Communication with your dentist is vital so talk to your City of London dentist today if you have any issues with dental anxiety.

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