Our latest blog posting is aimed at those who find having dental treatment difficult and would like to know more about the range of options available that can compromise the best of both worlds – still having treatment and receiving all the health benefit this brings, although with being comfortable and less anxious. Many imagine something like this to be impossible, but read on to find out how this isn’t necessarily out of reach.
Preparing for dental surgery is something many people get understandably worried and concerned about. If you know you are having dental work done then the process can be similar to if you are having an operation at the hospital but perhaps on a lesser scale. In our latest blog post we will consider some tips and ways you can prepare for any upcoming dental work.
Even though dentistry has advanced over the years, there is still often a negative stigma and fear with “visiting the dentist”. This can be a deep down fear of the treatment, smells, sights or even a past traumatic experience that has lead to a long term fear of that dreaded trip. We have seen many nervous patients over the years and one of the more popular ways for these patients to go through treatment, is by having it with sedation.
Sedation is a very popular and effective treatment in modern dentistry that allows patients who would of been too scared to attend the dentist, receive the treatment, effectively and efficiently.
It is quite common for patients to come to us after many years of not going to dentist, as they have been too scared to make an appointment. Don’t worry, you are not alone! We have found that a bad experience as a child (or even as an adult) can often lead to a life long fear of going to the dentist.
Dentistry has come on in leaps and bounds over the years and we are able to offer modern day dental treatments that can be carried out in a painless and enjoyable way, giving you the treatment you deserve.
If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth, you may be looking at a secure way to replace them. The most modern way to do this is through the use of dental implants. This treatment involves surgically placing dental implants into the jawbone, which will then act as the anchor for your new replacement teeth. There are numerous ways to now replace teeth, but the use of dental implants is considered the gold method as it offer stability, security and functionality.