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4 Compassionate Ways Dentists Make Appointments Easier for Nervous Patients

Being nervous about your first dental appointment in several years is not unusual. Here's what can reassure you that you are going to be taken care of and this piece is perfect for dentists who wish to help their patients feel more comfortable and less nervous.
Dental professionals understand that the visit does create some anxiety for any patient. That’s why the dentist and the rest of the staff will do what they can to help you feel more relaxed. Here are four of the ways they will do their best to make you feel comfortable and less jumpy.

A Friendly Greeting




Your Barrie dentist chose staff members for more than their dental expertise. The staff members were also chosen because of their ability to connect with patients and help them feel more at ease.

Expect their efforts to begin when you walk into the centre. Someone will greet you with a smile, talk with you about any paperwork that needs doing, and ensure you have a comfortable place to sit. Don’t be surprised if someone comes around to see if you need anything while you wait.

Comfortable Waiting Room Setting



Waiting rooms today are often designed for more than function. You will notice attractive artwork on the walls, soft carpeting under your feet, and seating that provides the cushioning needed to help you unwind a bit. Don’t be surprised if there is soft music or possibly a television playing with the volume just loud enough for everyone to hear. The idea is to create a setting that helps you not dwell on what may happen in the exam room and enjoy a distraction while you wait.

Explaining What Happens Next



Dental teams know that knowledge is power. As that relates to dental visits and procedures, spending time talking with the patient about what needs to be done, how the procedure will be conducted, and what to expect in the hours and days afterward is important. If you are like the typical patient, the idea of losing a tooth, getting veneers, or undergoing any type of procedure is likely to cause some anxiety. As you understand more of what is involved, it’s easier to see that undergoing the procedure is safe and not as complicated as you thought.

Answering Questions



As part of making sure you are informed, Barrie Smile Centre dentists welcome questions from patients. There is no such thing as a question that is too dumb. If it’s on your mind, the dentist wants to know. The best dentist will make sure the answer is one that is free of any complicated jargon and is easy for you to grasp. Both of you will feel better once the question is answered and you no longer have any misconceptions about the outcome. Remember that your dentist and the team are healers. Their goal is to help you improve your dental health with advice, tips, procedures, and support. Let the case of the jitters melt away and know you are in good hands. After the appointment is over, you’ll be happy that you went.
Share it with the dentists you know and you would love their reactions to this piece. How does your dentist make you feel comfortable?

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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 20th November 2017.

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