Sedation dentistry leaves patients with little to no memory of their time in the dentist’s chair. This option is great for patients who suffer from dental phobia before their appointments. Take a look at this Chaska dental anxiety infographic for more facts.
Some of the signs of dental phobia include: You feel tense or have trouble sleeping the night before a dental exam. You get increasingly nervous while you're in the waiting room. You feel like crying when you think of going to the dentist. The sight of dental instruments — or of white-coated personnel in the dentist's office — increases your anxiety. The thought of a dental visit makes you feel physically ill.