There are many people who go to the dentist and their fear of the dentist come from a variety of things. This anxiety is caused by an array of fear and anxiety which can be very debilitating for the patient. The fear could come from the fear of pain, the fear of being embarrassed, or the fear of being embarrassed and not wanting to speak to anyone about the anxiety. Many people with this type of anxiety will be afraid to go to the dentist’s office or even at the dentist’s office is too far away.

They may also be worried about not being able to make a full payment and the cost of the procedure itself. Many people also worry about whether or not they are going to get enough work done and if the pain will be worth it. Being able to see a dentist and be able to handle your fears of having pain is something that will help you get over the fear. Finding ways to manage your anxiety and fear will help you control your fear and anxiety when you go to the dentist.

Some of the common forms of fear and anxiety that can occur is heart palpitations, sweating, trembling, fear of being alone, and even the fear of having a panic attack. You need to know that these things are normal and that you can go in anyplace where you want. The key is that you know how to manage the anxiety and fear that you experience from them. Here are some simple tips that you can use to help you when you visit the dentist.

If you are in a situation where you are sweating, then you need to take a few minutes to relax. When you are nervous and you start feeling nervous about visiting the dentist’s office, you will begin to sweat. However, you will not be able to stop sweating, so you will have to try and find a way to reduce the amount of sweat that you feel. It is recommended that you wear clothing that will help keep you dry.

An important thing to know about fear and anxiety is that when you go to the dentist, you are not alone. If you ask anyone else the same question, you will get the same response. You will find other people who are in the same situation as you and they will tell you to relax and you will be able to handle the anxiety and fear of the dentist.

The most important thing that you can do to help yourself is to be comfortable with your dentist. As you are talking to someone, ask them questions and see if they can answer them for you. This is the most important thing, because if you don’t find out what is going on at the moment, you may end up getting into a problem that can be very difficult to deal with.

Another tip to help you overcome your fear of the dentist is to avoid places that you think of as scary. If you go to a restaurant and you are having a problem with a scary clown, don’t do it. Once you know what you will be doing at the dentist, you can make sure that you will be safe and that you will be able to handle the situation.

Learning to deal with your dental anxiety and fear can be very difficult to do, but it is doable. It is easier than ever to see a dentist if you know how to handle the situation and you know how to find a way to stop yourself from freaking out.

What Your Dental Team Is Doing to Keep You Healthy

Dear Mayani Dental family:

The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority, now and always. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are closely following and adhering to precautions advised by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

We want to assure you that we are taking continuous steps to ensure that our office remains a safe place for every patient. It’s important for you to know that dentists are experts in infection control. For instance, we have been trained to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as flu, HIV, hepatitis, tuberculosis and all viral diseases. The precautions we take every day will also help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

We follow precautions developed by the CDC to protect both health care personnel and patients. We sterilize all instruments at 375°F after each use and clean each dental operatory after each patient visit, using surface disinfectants that kill all known infectious diseases, including coronavirus. We utilize dedicated hand wash and one-time use disposable materials which help maintain a safe environment for our patients. Our staff is regularly trained in these procedures.

Working with our facility managers, we’ve ensured that our cleaning team has a sufficient stock of supplies. We have asked them to apply additional focus and time on cleaning door handles, faucets, and other items with high-traffic hand touches. Magazines in our waiting areas are also a risk from frequent contact, so they have been removed.

Seeing your dentist is a vital investment for your general health. Our office remains open to care for our patients following the above guidelines. If you have a fever, are exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness, or have had recent contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you may be a risk to other patients or staff members. If you are experiencing fever (greater than 100.4), cough, or shortness of breath, please remain at home and contact your primary care physician immediately. 

 

If you would like to reschedule an upcoming appointment or talk through any concerns, please feel free to contact either our offices at

Mayani Dental Group at (617) 330-8887  [email protected]

Or our Brighton location at (617) 783-1822 [email protected]

For immediate attention or concerns please contact our manager at [email protected]

Remember, the best way to protect yourself and your community is with everyday preventative actions, like washing hands often and disinfecting surfaces regularly. These actions will help minimize and slow the spread of the coronavirus.

For the most up-to-date information and guidance, please visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.