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North Charleston SC Family Dentist – Dental Phobia/Anxiety Report Released
Demystifying dental phobia and its effects on patients, Carolina Family Dentistry discusses simple things that a person can do before their appointment to reduce their anxiety. In their recently published guide, the dental clinic says that one of the best ways to reduce fear is to be proactive. Patients are encouraged to ask questions and immediately let their dentist know the minute they begin to feel uncomfortable.
More details can be found at https://www.carolinasmiling.com/how-to-combat-anxiety-at-the-dentist
The new report assures readers that the condition is quite common, and many people experience some sort of dental phobia. Nevertheless, crippling anxiety can prevent a person from visiting their dentist and having their teeth regularly checked. Dentists generally recommend that patients see them twice a year to check for overall dental health.
Several studies suggest that around half of the world’s population has some sort of anxiety about visiting their dentist. One of the main reasons is a misconception that all dental procedures are painful and expensive. Further, dentistry is often misclassified as entirely cosmetic in nature, with no bearings on physical wellness.
This results in a vicious cycle, where patients initially do not see their dentists out of fear and misinformation and then become fearful because of the state of their teeth. Further details can be found at https://www.carolinasmiling.com/how-to-feel-calmer-about-your-dental-visit
Carolina Family Dentistry recognizes that being in a dentist’s chair can be scary but makes every effort to create a safe and comfortable environment for all its patients. Led by Dr. Ron Banik, the family dental clinic assures patients that all procedures are done within their comfort level. Patients are regularly asked how they are feeling so that they always feel like they are in control.
Online appointments are highly encouraged to limit walk-ins.
A grateful patient wrote, “I have a terrible dental phobia, and they made me feel extremely comfortable. Dr. Banik has been amazing to me. He explained everything before each step of treatment. I felt very at ease. Thank you for such a caring environment.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.carolinasmiling.com
Carolina Family Dentistry
Carolina Family Dentistry
8720 N Park Blvd Suite B
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