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The fear of dentist.

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The fear of dentist.

  1. 1. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO The fear of dentist By INTERMEDLINE www.intermedline.com
  2. 2. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO For a long time I've been afraid of the dentist. What about today? Lately, dental techniques have improved greatly, so modern dental treatment can be completely painless. However, people still fear the dentist. If you haven’t already been to the dentist, you will find that things have improved since your last visit. You can be relaxed since dental procedures and security have improved, and the equipment has been updated. The good news is that more and more dentists understand the patients' fears, and, through a mix of gentleness and delicacy can turn the dental treatment to a fact of life, normal and acceptable,
  3. 3. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO What will happen during the first visit to the dentist? The first visit to the dentist is a consultation. Look at it as an opportunity to meet your dentist, receptionist and nurse. The receptionist welcomes you warmly; the dentist learns about your problem, the friendly nurse assists you. If you like what you see and hear, you will express your desire of making another appointment with the hygienist. Impose your rhythm and do not admit any pressure regarding the things that are not comfortable for you.
  4. 4. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO What about sedation? Patients who need additional support may receive analgesics that are usually intravenous. They can make you feel sleepy and very relaxed. Treatment with this type of sedation has a positive effect, especially if the treatment lasts for a long period of time, because although you are awake, you are very relaxed.
  5. 5. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO Will I be conscious during sedation? Your dentist can talk to you, but time will pass quickly and usually you don?t feel as an intervention is taking place. As the analgesic effect passes in a few hours, you should have someone taking care of you after you leave the cabinet.
  6. 6. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO Can I get inhale sedation? The inhale sedation or analgesic "is a mixture containing 25% nitrous oxide, 25% oxygen and 50% air. This mixture is inspired by each nostril and is easily controlled by the dentist. You stay awake, but you are not bothered by the treatment or by background noises. Recovery time is faster. Gas mixture leaves the body after just one or two deep breaths.
  7. 7. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO Can I be asleep during the treatment? Generally, anesthetics are now available for routine treatments. When patients need general anesthesia, they are sent to hospitals or clinics where appropriate facilities are available.
  8. 8. . PRESS THIS PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO CHANGE YOUR SMILE AND CHANGE YOUR LIFE! IT’S PERFECTLY NORMAL TO SMILE ! JUST GOING TO DENTIST ! CONTACT NOW! Email: office@intermedline.com Phone: +1 518 620 42 25 Website: http://www.intermedline.com/ Follow us on: http://goo.gl/fck4cJ http://goo.gl/fbcA2a http://goo.gl/Xk3Q5g http://goo.gl/WvY8ul http://goo.gl/2YiL7I http://goo.gl/4qoeG3

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