If you ask someone, “What’s your number one fear?” A lot of them will probably say, “Going to the dentist.” You probably know a few of these people yourself…
Today, we will talk about what are some advanced dental clinics can do to ease dental fear.
Hi, Dr Warren here. I’m the principal dentist in Dental House Group. I was with Jane from Diggers Rest yesterday, she is our regular patient who we have been looking after in the last 6 years. She got married recently, and she said to me, “I’m trying really hard to get my husband to see you. But he had a bad experience when he was a kid… Trust me, one day, I’ll drag him in.” After hearing that, I thought its such a shame that a previous bad experience could cause someone to completely neglect their oral health. So I decided to make a short video and share with you five ways we can help you overcome your dental fear.
For those who need a lot of work, we have ways to put them at ease. We have options such as happy gas, sleep dentistry, and even oral medications that could relax them before their dental treatment. So there are plenty of options that we can help you to overcome your fear.
At Dental House, we have clinics throughout Melbourne. This means you have the convenience to go to multiple locations for your treatments and checkups. Also, all our dentists and therapists here are specifically trained to be extra gentle and compassionate, and they are very experienced with anxious patients and helping them relax and enjoy their experience.
So if you like what you see, and ready to take your first step towards a healthier you, we would love to look after you.
Simply give us a call, send us a DM or fill in the enquiry form on our website, and we will be in touch to organise your consultation.
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