Dental Anxiety

Don’t Like Visiting the Dentist in Bloomington? Go Anyway

It’s no secret that many Bloomington residents dread going to the dentist. Whether they associate dental visits with shame, pain, or financial drain, they avoid it at all costs. See Your Dentist Regularly to Avoid Painful Oral Problems However, examine the fact that by seeing your dentist regularly, you can avoid dental procedures like fillings

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Worried About Dental Visits?

“How can I manage anxiety about visiting the dentist?” 1. Consider what the anxiety stems from. For example pain, injections, loss of control, personal space invasion, embarrassment about fear of the unknown. 2. Discuss these fears and concerns with your dentist. 3. Expect respectful consideration and open discussion about resolving issues of concern. Doctor Ken

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Keeping You Comfortable

At Create A Smile in Bloomington IN , we make a conscious effort to help our patients feel comfortable. Though our chairs are cushy as can be, we are not only talking about physical comfort. We are talking about emotional comfort. In other words, peace of mind. Here are four ways we are devoted to

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Relieving Your Dental Anxiety At Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore

If you tense up just thinking about going to the dentist, you may benefit from sedation dentistry offered by Create A Smile in Bloomington IN. Millions of Americans stress out when they have to see the dentist. It is referred to as dental anxiety. There is a more severe form, too, called dental phobia. In

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Sedation Dentistry in Bloomington for Children and Parents

At Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore, we know that many Bloomington children are afraid of going to the dentist. That’s why want to make your child’s first visit to our Bloomington practice a positive experience. Regular dental check-ups from a young age are an essential part of oral hygiene. Indiana parents can follow

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