Category: Dental Anxiety

People sometimes feel stress about going to the dentist. Dental anxiety is the term for the fear of dental care or of dental professionals. It and dental phobia are both types of dental stress.

Many factors can cause dental anxiety. The effects or symptoms may include diverse behaviors and can lead to complications. Treatment options include prescription drugs and meds such as laughing gas, nitrous oxide, valium, and xanax. Learn more below…


Why Generation Z Might Go On to Have the Healthiest Teeth to Date

June 30th, 2017 by
toddler getting her teeth brushed for the first time by mom

Dental professionals are urging new parents to take infants to the dentist and warning them of the outcomes of postponing their first visit. Up until recently, a child’s first dental visit traditionally took place at the age of three or […]


Virtual Reality Might be a Cure for Dental Anxiety

June 27th, 2017 by
Woman looking through Virtual Reality goggles while getting dental work done

Patients who are afraid of the dentist might soon be able to escape to an alternate universe during check-ups and leave their fears behind. According to Science Daily, a recent experiment found that dental patients who are immersed in virtual […]


Breaking Down Every Exam Your Dentist Performs During A Check Up

June 14th, 2017 by
man in a dental chair

A dental visit is usually pretty quick and therefore doesn’t seem particularly reliable to the average patient. Unless you have gum disease or another oral condition, each visit likely involves the exact same services, making you wonder whether or not […]