- Jun 17, 2020
I would feel a lot better about my current progress if I hadn’t been in a similar situation before. “Seemingly“ conquering dental anxiety, getting everything sorted, then going regularly for check ups for about 13 years. And then suddenly letting my fear get the better of me - and stoppingIt‘s amazing to follow your journey and to see you realising how much improvement you made, to see you growing and learning yourself better. I am a huge believer that conquering dental fear has an impact on the overall self-confidence and ability to cope with difficulties in many other areas of life too.
Glad you can keep your appointment today. Let us know how it went
(again for about 13 years - very odd!). Even worse, letting things get bad again and slipping back into being terrified. I really want to break this cycle. Well, I can’t afford not to because some of my teeth won’t survive if I go back to my old habits.
On the other hand I also hate being obsessed by all things dental when I’m in a treatment phase. It seems it’s all I can think about - and that’s not healthy either.
It would be nice to have a normal relationship with “the dentist”.