Ner­vous about your trip to the dentist?

You’re not alone. Den­tal pho­bia is more com­mon than you might think and can affect peo­ple in many dif­fer­ent ways. From a mild dis­com­fort to com­plete avoid­ance of the den­tist, we know how dif­fi­cult this can be to man­age, par­tic­u­lar­ly when you have den­tal pain. To help get your oral health back on track and con­quer your fear of the den­tist, con­tact our friend­ly team today.

Spe­cial­ist sup­port for ner­vous patients

Ready to smile with confidence?

Spe­cial­ist care

We have expe­ri­ence with den­tal phobias.

Longer appoint­ments

Take your time dur­ing your den­tal visit.

Friend­ly staff

All of our staff are here to sup­port you.

Bet­ter oral health

Don’t avoid the den­tist any longer.

Many peo­ple are scared of the den­tist, so the impor­tant thing to remem­ber is that you aren’t alone. It’s impor­tant not to let your fear of the den­tist stand in the way of your oral health. When you’re ready to over­come your den­tal pho­bia, we’ll be here to help you.

There are lots of steps we can take to make a trip to the dentist less scary for our patients. The first thing to remember is that procedures should never hurt. If you have had a painful procedure in the past, let us know so we can pay close attention to your local anaesthetic. Some people need more local anaesthetic to block the nerves, so we can work with you to find this balance.

Communicating with your dentist is one of the best ways to overcome your fear. Let them know what you are concerned about so they can adjust your treatment according to this information. For example, if you just want to know what is happening, our team can communicate throughout the treatment to let you know what to expect. But if you'd rather switch off and think about something else, you could wear headphones during the treatment to help you to relax.

Con­tact the practice

The Implant And Cosmetic Smiles Clinic receptionist

How can we help ner­vous patients?

Won­der­ing what sup­port is avail­able to help you over­come your fear of the den­tist? These are just some of the ways we can sup­port you on your jour­ney to bet­ter oral health. If you need addi­tion­al sup­port, con­tact our team to find out how we can help.

Sup­port­ive staff

Our whole team is trained in sup­port­ing ner­vous patients, so you can be con­fi­dent you’re in good hands.

Longer appoint­ments

We under­stand it can take time for you to feel com­fort­able, so we’ll book longer appoint­ments if possible.

Den­tal sedation

We can offer den­tal seda­tion or sleep den­tistry to help you feel calm and at-ease through­out your procedure