Nobody likes going to the dentist. But for some people, the problems run deeper and form a phobia. The causes of dental phobia can be many and varied. This case study is of a patient whose dental phobia stemmed from fear of a specific and essential piece of dental equipment: the drill. Not all phobias related to complex dental work or difficult types of procedure. It meant that she was terrified of having further drill work done, even to repair the slightest cavity. Fear of the drill is one of the phobias that most dentists will recognise and are familiar with. So that is the first reason to feel reassured. If your dentist is more likely to understand what you are going through, they are more likely to know the best way to treat you and your phobia. For dentists and patients, it is also important to remember that fear of the drill can mean a number of different things.
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The whir of a dentist's drill might bring on the shakes and a racing heart, but what happens in the brain has long been a mystery. Now researchers in Japan believe they are closer to an answer after scanning people's brains while playing them sounds of dental drills and suction instruments. People who were terrified of visits to the dentist showed marked differences in their brain responses compared with those who were more relaxed at the prospect, according to work reported at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego on Sunday. Unravelling how the brain reacts to the sounds, particularly in the most anxious dental patients, could help scientists assess different ways to make patients more at ease, by seeing how they alter neural activity , said Hiroyuki Karibe at Nippon Dental University in Tokyo. But he said no one had ever directly investigated how the sounds of dental instruments affected people's brain activity. Working with psychiatrists, Karibe asked 21 women and 13 men aged 19 to 49 to complete a survey that measured how much they feared a trip to the dentist.
First, Choosing a Dentist
Six months have flown by! One reason you have dental anxiety is because of a bad experience with a dentist. They may have ridiculed your teeth or hurt you by accident. If so, start afresh. Ask family and friends for recommendations and research online.
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