Did you know that we see children ages four and older at Joel D. Singer, DMD? If you are looking for a new dentist for your children, be sure to schedule an appointment with Dr. Entrup. It is recommended that children visit the dentist for their first appointment when their teeth start to emerge. Some parents are not aware or have not made an appointment for their children yet, even though they are older. That is no problem at all, because there is no time like the present to schedule an appointment.
Do you find yourself postponing or delaying routine dental care and necessary treatments due to nerves or anxiety about visiting the dentist? If so, you are not alone. When it comes to dental care, a large percentage of adults experience some form of nervousness or anxiety. While we are sympathetic to everyone’s feelings, we never want dental care to be avoided, as it can lead to serious consequences for your current and future oral health. We want to share some helpful ways you can relax both during and prior to your dental visit. Read on to learn more about these tips.
Do you dread going to the dentist and wish it was as relaxing as a walk in the park? You’re not alone. Many patients have dental phobia, or a fear of the dentist. Some people feel so much anxiety that they avoid going to the dentist altogether and put their dental health at risk. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when you visit our office and have a few solutions to help you overcome your anxiety and fear.
We recognize that some patients feel uncomfortable and even fearful when visiting the dentist. This can lead them down the path of poor dental health. In some cases, patients are so fearful that they avoid critical dental treatments that would save a tooth from decay and damage. The good news is that we have a solution to help those patients have a more comfortable and relaxing dental experience so that they can get the dental care they deserve. Read on to learn more about the options available for dental phobia.