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Management of the anxious patient: what treatments are available?


Fear of the dentist is a common phenomenon. There are many ways of dealing with anxious patients and this review aims to present the most common methods available to general dental practitioners. Clinical Relevance: An ability to deal with anxious patients successfully is undoubtedly a practice builder. Anxious patients can be stressful to manage but they often become the most vocal advocates of dentists that they trust.

School of Dentistry, Higher Cambridge Street, Manchester M15 6FH.

Dent Update. 2007 Mar;34(2):108-10, 113-4.




Posted: 07/03/2007

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