How Do We Look after Patients with Dental Anxiety Here at Northern Dental Design?
Hi, my name is Pamela, and I’m the Co-Owner and Practice Manager. Today I would like to share with you how we look after our patients with dental anxiety.
First and foremost, we listen. We give you enough time to express yourself to us. Even if you need to cry, we will be there with a box of tissues. We care for you, and we will never judge you.
We understand you may have a lot to ask, and we will answer all your questions. When you are ready, we will look at your mouth and look at your teeth on the day. After that, we can either rebook you for another appointment, so we can take photos and do the full assessment for you. We have lots of options for patients with dental anxiety.
We also have a day surgery room onsite, so you don’t need to go to another location or hospital. We will give you all the risks and all the procedure details, so there are no surprises. When you get the treatment, all cost and the risk will already be given to you. You are always in control.
If you feel that you are not comfortable with something, you can raise your hand at any time, and our team will stop. We provide patients with dental anxiety a longer time slot in our book because we understand what it feels like to have dental anxieties, and we want you to know we are here for you, and you will never feel rushed.
If you haven’t seen a dentist for a long time, and you know you need some attention to your oral health, we would love to look after you. Why not give us a call, send us a direct message on social media, or complete the enquiry form on our website, and we will help you organise your appointment. We look forward to looking after you.
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