How Today’s Dental Can Help With Dental Anxiety
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Most people understand the importance of seeing a dentist regularly to maintain proper oral health. Why then, does at least one-third of the US population avoid seeing the dentist? It’s due to dental anxiety. If you fear going to the dentist, you are not alone. Kids and adults are susceptible to dental anxiety, which can keep them from getting the dental care they need.
The term “dental anxiety” refers to the feelings of fear, stress, and anxiety that are associated with the dental office, the dentist, or anything related to dentistry. The source of this fear can be a number of things. It can come from previous bad experiences at the dentist, such as cracked or chipped teeth. It can come from a history of bad teeth that have needed treatment. It can come from scary stories that other people tell about their experience at the dentist’s office. For adults, dental anxiety can easily arise from the high costs of dental treatments, especially if they don’t have dental insurance. Here are a few other things that people may fear when they go to the dentist:
The effects of dental anxiety can be widespread. It can create a dental phobia, which results in people not getting the dental treatment they need. People with dental anxiety tend to avoid scheduling regular appointments or canceling their scheduled appointments. They only seek dental care when they are in pain, which usually means they will need extensive dental care that may be invasive. In other words, they end up going to the dentist to get the services that they fear the most. This cycle of fear and anxiety leads to poor dental health.
If you are caught in this vicious cycle of dental problems and high dental anxiety, then keep reading. Today’s Dental can help you.
Take a closer look at some of the best ways you can confront your anxiety when it’s time to go to the dentist:
At Today’s Dental, we understand that you could have a history of dental anxiety that makes it difficult to sit in our chair and receive dental treatments. Our staff is kind and compassionate, never rude or pushy. If you ever feel uncomfortable, or you think you need a little break during the treatment, let us know. We will do whatever we can to help you.
In our offices, we offer music, blankets, and other comforts to help you relax. If that is not enough to ease your fears, we also offer sedation options, so you can rest easy during your dental appointment.
Patients at Today’s Dental in Omaha enjoy our dedication to giving them a healthy smile that will last for years. We accurately diagnose your misalignment problems and give you a clear explanation of the treatment options that are available to you, including costs. If you don’t have dental insurance that will cover the costs of your treatments, check out the various financing options we offer to all our valued patients.
The entire dental team at Today’s Dental is dedicated to making your dental experience as easy and comfortable as possible. Our dentists are all highly-qualified at their jobs. Many of them have long-time experience in the dental industry, years of dental education, and remain on top of their field through continuing education. Feel free to ask us about our dental accreditations! We are proud to show you the experience and awards we have earned over the years.
If your dental anxiety skyrockets when you think about paying for your dental treatments, then you need to know about our affordable, in-house membership plan. This plan includes preventative dental care at no extra cost and special pricing for restorative, cosmetic, and other services. Our membership plan is easy to join, and it will help you feel better about keeping all your dental appointments.
Today’s Dental is also committed to making the dental process easy for you to understand. If you know what is going to happen when you come to one of our offices, then you can eliminate some of the fear of the unknown. Check out our Proven Process. You can use our process as a guide to your dental care throughout the year.
We employ modern dental techniques that are designed to give you proper dental care accurately, comfortably, and in as little time as possible. If you ever have a question about what we are doing inside your mouth, let us know, and we’ll help you understand the various equipment we use and how it helps you and your teeth.
At Today’s Dental, we understand that you could have a history of dental anxiety that makes it difficult to sit in our chair and receive dental treatments. Our staff is kind and compassionate, never rude or pushy. If you ever feel uncomfortable, or you think you need a little break during the treatment, let us know. We will do whatever we can to help you. In our offices, we offer aromatherapy, music, blankets, and other comforts to help you relax. If that is not enough to ease your fears, we also offer sedation options, so you can rest easy during your dental appointment.
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