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In order to ensure your smile gets proper oral health care treatment you deserve, look no further than our office to help you stay calm and relaxed you while visiting our office. Through the use of dental anxiety treatments, we can ensure that you remain stress-free and comfortable while our staff is seeing to your oral health care and treatments you need.

Dental anxiety comes with the fear of the unknown. Thus, it is important to calm your mind if you wish to ease any fears and worries you may have. Typically, it is a good idea to imagine yourself in a place of comfort. This can be a beach, inside a beautiful garden, or wherever you feel most relaxed. In addition, practicing effective breathing patterns can help calm and alleviate any tensions associated with dental anxiety. Breathing slowly and deeply have proven to help relax and calm patients in many different situations.

Furthermore, always speak with your dentist about any of your oral health care procedures you need. By understanding what needs to be done or what will happen, you can help alleviate tensions associated with the unknown and prepare yourself better for any procedures to come. Also, sedation dentistry exists to help ease any pains that may feel scared and help them relax in order to receive the necessary treatment.

For additional dental anxiety treatments, speak with your dentist about the use of calming relaxing music to put your mind at ease like headphones while you are being treated. Meditation before oral health care treatments has also been proven to be effective, as well as yoga and biofeedback. In addition, using stress relieving items such as fidget spinners and stress balls have been proven to lower dental anxiety.

There truly is no better way to enhance your smile than with dental anxiety treatments. If you would like to discuss dental anxiety treatments and have your teeth examined by our team at AZ Dental, please book an appointment with Dr. Ravi Aulakh and our team at our dentist office.  To initiate a visit with us in San Jose, California, call our office at 408-227-6000.