TBH my dentist is really good. She is also sexxy. But that is kind of irrelevant.
I am not going to lie, it's been a while actually. And yes, it was because of the fear. I had a bad experience with a dentist from when I was a child, and since then I am scared to consult a doctor. But I understand that I have to grow up, and fight my fear. I have a problem with my premolar, I think that I have a dental caries that I need to treat, otherwise it will become worse. So guys we really need, to men up, and start visiting our dentist. That's my opinion. By the way, in case you are interested next week I have an appointment to this dental clinic.
Well, that is cool, you've found a good dentist. Dental issues are severe and must be removed on time as otherwise you risk getting in trouble.
I had some dental issues, and I know what I am talking about.
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5 days ago for the semiannual cleaning.
I haven't been in 20 or 25 years, but l brush my teeth, use a water pick, and all that stuff. I have also been using bleech 3x a week. Yes bleach,that is bleach mixed in water. They say it real clears up the bacteria in the mouth, and this past year l started using coconut oil every day too.
Every 10 years like clockwork. I'm in my 60s now so I figure I have two more visits....
My sister had the same problem earlier. She was very worried to consult a dentist. If she has a situation to visit a dentist, it will be canceled, however, and suffer all the difficulties associated with her. But a couple of months ago, she began to experience severe tooth pain. As usual, she tried many methods to get rid of it. But nothing made it work. We tried convincing her and finally agreed with us to meet our dentist(https://www.dentistoakville.com/services/emergency-dentistry). He was a nice and friendly person who was very patient enough to check her. She was so impressed with his treatment approach and that's how her fear of the dentist get reduced.
I went to a dentist in 2012 after not having visited one for 12 years. My wife talked me into that based off a very minor issue I had: brushing my teeth was kind of unpleasant after eating sour fruit. The dentist found a whole lot of problems which were treated over multiple visits, about 3 months total. It caused a whole lot of pain and suffering. I did not cry or yell, but resisting that caused me to sweat a whole poodle every time. It cost a lot of money. It involved a period of eating through a straw. It took almost a year for the new fillings to adjust themselves so I could comfortably chew on both sides. And the original issue was not fixed at all!
Haven't been to a dentist since and won't go to one unless I'm in unbearable pain. Bearable is OK.
I went to the dentist's last month. I also take care of my teeth but I went to get my Invisible Retainer because my orthodontic treatment was finished. Before the treatment, I had a fear of dentists but now it's over.
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I had this fear for years. But in one moment I realized that I wanted to straighten my teeth, so I had to visit the dentist. He recommended using the Invisalign aligners because they're more comfortable and less noticeable than metal braces. You can read more about them here - https://smiledoctors.com/treatment/invisalign-aligners/. I'm not a professional, and I don't want to mislead you.
So, I went to the dentist more often than I wanted, and this fear passed as if it wasn't here. Hope my answer helped.
It is extremely inefficient that dental care is not combined with medical care under the same insurance plan. Routine teeth cleaning is a part of overall good health. Since dental care is outside of normal health care, dentists, in order to make a buck routinely want to x-ray their patients. Dentists are the only health care professionals who get away with preemptive x-rays. Dentists and x-rays when there is no inflammation, no bleeding and no pain are unnecessary but routine cleaning is necessary.
I recently went to the dentist, and I can't say that it was terrible. I was afraid of them because I never had problems with my teeth, so I always thought it was painful to cure your teeth. I started to have caries, and I waited until the last moment before going to the dentist because I was afraid. It was a wrong decision because it made the situation with caries more terrible. I visited the yorkshiredentalsuite.co.uk clinique, and it wasn't as bad as I imagined. The dentist was good at his work, and nothing hurt.