Combat dental anxiety and dental phobia with our dentist Wagga

Are you worried about your dental health? Do you see blood after you brush your teeth? Do your teeth hurt or tingle when you try to drink a glass of cold water or a hot cup of tea? Maybe you are aware that your breath smells? These symptoms may be worrying you, but do you feel too scared to visit the dentist? You are not alone. Dental anxiety and dental phobia affect people across the world.

Most people do not enjoy visiting the dentist. The majority do so because they know it is important for their dental health, whilst some avoid the dentist altogether and only go in cases of an emergency. If you have avoided the dentist Wagga for a long period of time then it is likely that plaque and tartar have built up on the surface of your teeth causing cavities or gum disease. If you are experiencing worrying symptoms then it is good for you to know that thanks to advances in dental technology our dentist Wagga can help treat these issues efficiently with little or no discomfort and minimally invasive procedures.

Speak to one of our team at Kooringal Dental or book an appointment to discuss your problems and find out how we can help you combat your anxieties or phobia.

Sedation and anaesthetic for addressing dental phobia

Our dentist Wagga is trained and experienced in dealing with dental anxiety and dental phobia and rest assured that your dental health is our greatest concern. We want to help you address your dental health issues and we will create a comfortable environment in which you feel secure and relaxed so that you can undergo the treatments and procedures necessary to restore the health and appearance of your teeth. If you are worried about pain or discomfort you can have a local anaesthetic for most dental treatments and procedures. If you have anxiety or dental phobia then our dentist will be able to offer you different levels of sedation where you are almost asleep, but still able to follow our dentist’s simple orders without much recollection of the procedure. By addressing your fears our dentist can successfully treat any signs of decay or disease appropriately.

The longer you avoid the dentist the worse your fears may become

The sooner you can speak to our dentist the more beneficial this will be for you. Unfortunately the longer cavities, tooth decay and gum disease are left untreated, the greater the complications which can ensue and the more complex the treatment you will require in the future. This may result in increased fear of the dentist which can then have greater repercussions on your dental health. If you have young children then It is important to bring them to the dentist on a regular basis from an early age so that they become accustomed to visiting the dentist often, reducing the chance of developing dental anxiety or phobia later on in life. By visiting our dentist at Kooringal Dental with your whole family we hope you can enjoy healthy teeth and a beautiful smile for the rest of your life.

Disclaimer: All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.


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