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You are not alone in your anxiety over dental visits, and we are here to help. Here at Woodbourne Dental all our staff are accustomed to dealing with nervous patients. We pride ourselves on our caring and compassionate attitude. We will do our utmost to ensure that your appointment with us is the most comfortable dental experience you have had. Our dental team work very hard to ensure that our dental office is a safe and welcoming environment. Feel free to mention any concerns to our friendly members of staff, and we will do our best to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible.


It is completely normal for dental patients to feel anxious about their visit to the dentist. Some authorities assess that 50% of the population are too nervous to visit the dentist regularly. Fear of the dentist means that you will probably not go until you have a big problem – usually a severe toothache or maybe a broken tooth. As a result, every visit to the dentist is associated with emergency treatment and the surrounding discomfort. It is important to remember that the dentist is there to help you. The dentist's job is to diagnose, treat and prevent dental problems, so they want to ensure that you have a healthy mouth and a beautiful smile.

One of the main reasons why people feel nervous about visiting the dentist is because of the fear of pain. Many people fear the sound of the drill and the potential for pain associated with certain dental procedures. Lucky for us patients, dentists use modern technology and techniques to make sure that your experience is as comfortable as possible. Another common fear is of the unknown, and many people worry about what they will find out at the dentist's office. The dentist is there to help you and will provide you with the information and guidance you need to make the best decisions for your oral health. The dentist and dental staff are trained professionals who understand that going to the dentist can be a stressful experience. They will do their best to make you feel comfortable and at ease.

At the end of the day, it is important to remember that the dentist's office is a safe and welcoming environment.The dentist wants you to be comfortable, not only because they care about you and your health, but also because a relaxed patient makes for easier treatment. Dentists are there to help you and want to ensure that you have a healthy mouth and a beautiful smile. With the right attitude and a little bit of preparation, you can make your visit to the dentist a positive experience. If you are still nervous, tell your dentist about your anxiousness, so that they can try extra hard to make the experience comfortable for you.

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