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Whether a patient describes themselves as
nervous or has a fear of the dentist, or whether they simply find it boring to
sit in the chair whilst having a lengthy treatment done, then steps have been
taken by a dentist in Southgate to ensure that each and
every one of their patients is comfortable, relaxed and even entertained!
After listening to years of feedback from their
otherwise happy patients, dentists have come to understand that by using a
multitude of different services in conjunction with their great variety of
treatment options, they can create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere which can
encourage even their most hesitant of patients to come and sit in the dentist
Flat screen TVs, noise cancelling headphones
and even DVD glasses can be supplied upon request from the dentist, all at no
additional fee. They are generally used in longer treatments where a patient
can mentally disappear for the length of the treatment or a movie, but anxious
and nervous patients can certainly benefit from the distraction of a television show or by not
having to hear potentially distressing sounds of equipment at work.
to have lengthy or sometimes daunting dental
work performed on their patients. They work tirelessly to provide their
patients with the tools that they need to be able to confidently and
comfortably enter the dental practice and know that they are in caring,
compassionate and professional hands.
What other techniques or tools are used by the dentist to help ease anxiety or fear?
There are many different ways in which a
patient can begin to overcome their irrational fears of the dentist. The
important thing is that they do it in their own time and in their own way.
By seeking out a multitude of different methods
that have been proven to ease suffering in people who find themselves fearful
of the dentist, dentists are able to compile a series of different means by
which a patient can try to see what may work best for them.
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy is one way in which
people can mentally understand their fears and the reasons behind them. By
working through those feelings, they are likely to come out the other side with
a deep understanding of their emotions and more equipped in dealing with them.
A sympathetic and understanding dentist will be
available for a patient to explain their concerns to so that both dentist and
patient are in complete understanding of one another. Should a patient feel
that they are unable to face their fears at the present time, then sedation is
always available to help ease them through any necessary dental work that needs
to be done.
Intravenous sedation will quickly make a
patient feel relaxed and calm and is administered in an accurate, safe and
professional manner. Patients can rest assured that they will be conscious
throughout the procedure, simply co-operative and at ease, even perhaps
enjoying a television show or listening to some calming music that is