Hi I am a dental student and was wondering if you would answer a few questions for me for my paper, thank you.
1. What personal qualities or abilities are important for doing well in this kind of work?
2. For you, what part of this job is most satisfying? Most challenging?
3. What qua..
I have been having dental trouble for a long while, but my anxiety continued to stop me from seeing a dentist. I have been agoraphobic for 3 yrs now and the problems have gotten worse. Abscesses, decay, cavities, missing/cracked teeth, wisdom teeth, etc. I have tried everything I can possibly think..
I am terribly afraid of the dentist it has gotten so bad I haven't gone in 4 years. I never had a traumatic experience or even a cavity I don't know why I get so scared. I have tried to make appointments but I don't show up because I start to freak out. I don't have any problems with my mouth that..
I am male, 23 and so terrified to have much needed dental work done. Like a lot of people, I have anxiety rooting back from childhood. Unfortunately, my anxiety is so severe and physical, just going near a dental office or hearing about someone going to the dentist makes me sick to my stomach and l..
I need dental work done, but I fear the dentist. I also have a medical condition, if I am put in too much pain I pass out and have a seizure. Is there anyway I can get my dental work done, even the check-up, without my other medical condition interfering? I have passed out from a dental visit befor..
I need to fix my mouth but I have dental phobia due to nerves and the anesthetic effect does not make me I can do?..
Ihave had a bad canine tooth for quite awhile.I am scared to death of the dentists,the last time i went in to have it pulled the dentist refused to pull it because my bp was very high.My bp is usually normal,but being in pain and also my dentist phobia makes it go high,I literally begged him to pul..
I fear going to the dentist because when the dentist uses the drill or any other instrument in which air is blown into my nose, I start to hyperventilate, and feel that I am not getting enough air. I feel as though I am suffocating. As long as the dentist does not use any instrument that blows air,..
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