Keeping Your Visits To The Dentist To A Minimum

Monday, June 05, 2017
Keeping Your Visits To The Dentist To A Minimum

A routine visit to the dentist is enough to fill some people with dread. Some research has recently been conducted which suggests that phobias linked to dental treatment could be hereditary.

There are steps that dentists can take to help to put their patients at ease. These include creating a calming environment through the use of colour schemes and artwork, as well as keeping medical instruments away from sight.

Although visits to the dentist are necessary, as part of a good oral hygiene routine, there are things that can be done to avoid the need for additional visits:

- Daily brushing and flossing helps to keep the teeth and gums clean, avoiding a build up of plaque and tartar.

- Some people have found that using coconut oil in a similar way to mouthwash can help to give the teeth and gums a thorough clean.

- Baking soda can be used to clean and polish the teeth, creating a gleaming smile.

Read the full story here: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-03-27-scared-of-the-dentist-scientists-fear-genetic.html

For further information or advice contact College Street Dental Centre in Petersfield, Hampshire on 01730 263180
Afshin Khalessi, DDS (Sweden)

Dr. Afshin Khalessi has practiced dentistry since 1994, receiving his dental training at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, one of Europe’s largest medical universities, renowned for both its research and clinical excellence, producing no fewer than six winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine.

Dr. Khalessi also undertook postgraduate training in implantology and restorative dentistry at University College of London’s prestigious Eastman Dental Institute. He was the first dentist in Hampshire to offer the revolutionary ‘Teeth In An Hour’ treatment, which allows a patient with full dentures to walk out of the surgery with new fixed smile in just 60 minutes.

Throughout his career, Dr. Khalessi has always taken a keen interest in the latest research and developments in clinical practice and dental technology, and regularly attends national and international conferences, congresses and seminars.