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Dental Anxiety

Anxious about visiting the dentist? We’re here for you! We understand that some people feel anxious about visiting the dentist.

At Maven Dental, we work hard to make you feel comfortable and to create environments that feel safe and welcoming. We also believe that communication is key and invite you to share any concerns you may have prior or upon arrival.

We often find that our patients’ anxiety stems from past experiences. At Maven Dental Practices, our teams pride themselves on working with you each step of the way. We believe that your oral wellness is our priority, and prevention is key. We are committed to putting the past behind and working with you to achieve a healthier, anxiety-free future.

If you suffer from dental anxiety, Maven Dental Practices offer a range of treatments and options to help you relax and put you at ease. Please discuss this with your local practice, prior to your appointment.

While everyone is different, we’ve created a list of tips that can help to reduce anxiety related to dentist visits.

Wellness Tips | 08 January, 2020

7 Ways to Reduce Dental Anxiety

With the help of some of our Maven dentists we’ve put together seven ways to help you feel comfortable at the dentist.

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What's Next?

Learn more about some possible treatment options with your local Maven Dental practice. We recommend you book an appointment with a dentist to further discuss and provide expert advice on getting the best treatment options to help you achieve great oral health and discuss how we can help you with your dental anixety.

FAQs

We understand that some people feel anxious about visiting the dentist. At Maven Dental, we work hard to make you feel comfortable and to create environments that feel safe and welcoming. We also believe that communication is key and invite you to share any concerns you may have prior or upon arrival. While everyone is different, we’ve created a list of tips that can help to reduce anxiety related to dentist visits – read more

We work hard to make you feel as comfortable as possible throughout your visit to the dentist. However, there are a few things you can do to reduce dental anxiety and help yourself to relax. These can include;
• Listening to Music
• Breathing exercises
• Bringing along a supportive friend or family member to your appointment
• Discussing your concerns with your dentist

It is possible to have oral sedation to help you feel relaxed and calm for your appointment. We recommend talking to your dentist about the options available to you. Sedation may assist to reduce your dental anxiety and help to make your feel more comfortable about visiting the dentist.