Nervous?

Frightened of the dentist?

Many people are extremely nervous or phobic about visiting the dentist and will find it difficult to undergo any treatment. For some people, their only option of having any treatment done is with sedation.

The patient will be fully aware of their surroundings after treatment and will be able to leave the surgery of their own accord. However, the patient will need to be accompanied by a chaperone, will not be allowed to drive, operate machinery or sign important, legal documents until 24 hours after treatment.

What Our Patients Say

At Fryern Dental Practice we will treat you gently with all the TLC that you require, even if you are completely phobic..

If the thought of having dental treatment fills you with dread, why not come and have a chat with Emma about treatment with sedation. Its only a chat and best of all…. Its FREE.

Dr Emma O’hara is a Dental Phobia Certified dentist Click Here to verify.

Prices start from £400 per session with treatment costs on top.

Frequently Asked Questions

As a nervous patient, it’s essential to find a dentist who understands your anxiety and can make you feel comfortable. Techniques such as sedation dentistry or hypnotherapy can also help reduce anxiety during dental treatments.

Common signs of dental anxiety in nervous patients include sweating, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, feeling nauseous or dizzy, and avoiding dental appointments.

The types of sedation dentistry available for nervous patients include oral sedation, nitrous oxide sedation, and intravenous sedation. Your dentist can discuss the best option for your needs.

It’s essential to communicate your dental anxiety to your dentist. Let them know your fears, concerns and ask any questions you may have. This will help them tailor your dental treatment to your needs and make you feel more comfortable.

Yes, hypnotherapy is a non-invasive technique that can help nervous patients reduce anxiety during dental treatments. It can also help overcome dental phobia in the long term.

To prepare for your dental appointment as a nervous patient, try to relax and stay calm. You can also listen to music or practice deep breathing exercises before your appointment. It’s also essential to communicate your needs to your dentist before the appointment.