mind is not enough
Fear of a dentist in an adult comes from childhood. I myself became a dentist because in my childhood I was very scared. I still remember what dress I was in when at three I had a very painful tooth extraction. I remember the face of a tired mother, the people who held me and the doctor’s words “calm your child, he’s behaving inappropriately.” But since then, much has changed in pediatric dentistry, as has the approach to children’s fears.
Where does the fear of dentists come from?
I still remember those huge tools at the dentist. Then no one tried to find an approach to me. Yes, I then screamed a lot, pulled out, and my mother was angry from fatigue and the lack of opportunities to help me. In my city there was no pediatric specialist, and now he is not there either, as well as the ability to treat teeth in a dream. Continue reading