Article published by : VijayR on Sunday, January 29, 2017 - Viewed 588 times


Category : Dental Care

How Do I Get Over The Fear of Getting My Wisdom Teeth Pulled?

Wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure. Practically, it's like a rite of passage! While not everyone has to have his/her, wisdom teeth removed, at least everyone probably knows someone who has either performed or needs the procedure. Have you been told that your wisdom teeth need to be removed? You may be experiencing some anxiety leading up to the actual procedure. This is normal. Dental anxiety is a common thing, affecting millions of people every day all over the globe. But dental fear shouldn't act as a barrier for you to get the dental care you need.

There is quite a myriad of reasons why one need to remove wisdom teeth. They could be impacted, leading to pressure and pain on your teeth. They could be damaged or decayed. Or even they could be standing in the way of a flawless smile. Whatever the reason, Springvale Dental Clinic wants to help you so that wisdom teeth extraction procedure goes smoothly and as comfortable as possible.

To help you get over fear prior to getting your wisdom teeth pulled, follow these tips:

1. Discuss Your Concerns with Your Dentist
If you are experiencing any fear and anxiety about your wisdom teeth extraction, please talk about it with your dentist. At Springvale Dental Clinic we want to do everything in our limit to make sure that you are free from stress and worry and as comfortable as possible. We will discuss the details of the procedure with you as little or as much as you may prefer as well as the reasons for your procedure.

2. Talk to Your Dentist About Sedation
Many patients experiencing fear of wisdom teeth extraction have benefited by using sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry is available in different levels, from IV sedation all the way to nitrous oxide. In normal cases, your dentist will be using anaesthesia, but you can always discuss with him which other options to add to make you feel more confident and comfortable.

3. Bring Something That Will Help To Calm You
Will it make you feel more comfortable listening to music instead of sounds of the dental office? Then bring your iPod with you and a set of ear phones with you. If you have any other suggestions, please let your dentist know. At Springvale Dental Clinic we will be happy to accommodate all your concerns. Your health and comfort are truly our concern, and we would love to accommodate them in any way we can.

4. Create a Signal
If you are worried and you don't have a way to let your dentist know during the procedure just give him a signal. Something as simple as raising your hand will let your dentist know that something is bothering you.

5. Focus on The Results
Your dentist wouldn't be extracting your wisdom teeth just for no good reason. If your dentist recommends the removal of your wisdom teeth, there must be a particular need for it. Think about the end results. There so many reasons your dentist can recommend your wisdom teeth to be extracted as mentioned above. Whatever the reason, you will experience an improved quality of life. Your teeth will feel better, look better, and the threat of infection or decay will no longer be a concern.

Bottom Line
If you need to have your wisdom teeth pulled, call Springvale Dental Clinic and schedule a consultation. We will gladly work with you to help you move past your fears and make your wisdom teeth removal procedure a success.

Keywords: Wisdom teeth removal, Springvale Dental Clinic, removal of your wisdom teeth

By: VijayR

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