What To Do About Dental Anxiety

When was the last time that you visited our office for an oral hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been longer than six months, then you are due for a visit. If you have been postponing your appointment due to nervous feelings, then you are not alone. There are many people of all ages who suffer from dental anxiety and nervousness. While we are sympathetic to everyone’s feelings, we never want anyone to avoid getting dental care, as it can lead to serious consequences for their current and future oral health. We want to share some helpful tips to help you relax and additional information about an option we offer in our office to get you the care you need. Read on to learn more.

Is It Time To Schedule Your Next Dental Visit?

When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been longer than six months, you are due for a visit. One of the best aspects of summer is the relaxed schedule, making it the perfect time to visit our office. If you have been meaning to schedule your next visit but are always too busy, now is a great time to call our office, before the hustle and bustle of the fall begins. Once fall arrives, time will move quickly, and it will be the holiday season before you know it. The longer you go between appointments, the greater the chance you have of experiencing dental problems. Read on to learn more about the importance of receiving routine dental care.

Ways To Relax To Get The Dental Treatment You Need

Have you avoided visiting our office for a needed treatment or hygiene examination due to nervous feelings or fear of the dentist? If so, you are not alone. A large percentage of adults in America experience some form of anxiety before visiting the dentist. Some adults experience such severe anxiety that they have not visited the dentist in many years. At Integrity Dental, we believe in creating a comfortable and welcoming environment for our patients to receive the exceptional dental care they need. We encourage patients to be honest about their feelings so we can help them get the dental care they need in a way that works for their needs.