Phobic patientsDental anxiety or severe dental phobia is unfortunately rather common among the population of the world. As people avoid dental appointments due to these fears, the individual dental situation often worsens rapidly. This is why it is very important to us to help you overcome these fears.
Exposing and treating fears
Many fears are subconsciously buried as deep as the roots of a tooth. They are not always bad, but often a defence mechanism against danger. If such fears take the upper hand, especially unjustified, they can quickly turn into excruciating, almost paralysing pain. Therefore, fear must be exposed and treated just like inflamed roots of a tooth.
Whether it's a smell, a noise or the white, clinical atmosphere inherent to many dental offices, all of these factors can negatively influence the acute anxiety of the patient. Therefore, it is important for die Pluszahnärzte® to create an atmosphere contrary to all this. The goal is to ensure that the patient feels comfortable, acclimates easily and awaits the treatment calmly. Amongst other things, this is facilitated by TVs that are mounted above the dentist's chair to provide distraction.
Comprehensive information to assist in overcoming a mental block
Not only the exterior appearance of the practice will minimise anxiety and help the patient to relax, but also the dialogue with the trained practitioner. The practitioner does not only evaluate the condition and treatment needs of your teeth, but also carefully looks at the causes and effects of your anxieties. Your practitioner will help you overcome these fears through targeted communication skills and will explain all steps of the treatment and will always be willing to address any questions you may have. The treatment itself does not start until you are ready for it.
Your plus as a phobic patient
+ An experienced team, willing to explain all steps of the treatment
+ Relaxed atmosphere with televisions installed above the dentist's chairs
+ Medicinal relaxant or treatment under anaesthesia upon request
+ Beginning of treatment only after the approval of the patient