In today’s day and age, people are understandably not only feeling more pressure to look a certain way, but they also are feeling like they have such little time in which to achieve these goals as well.
The societal pressures have reached an all time high, with people feeling that if they do not make the perfect first impression, they will miss out on important business, social and romantic opportunities. Even though we are moving towards a more understanding and less discriminatory society, we still admittedly judge people on their appearances.
A smile in particular, if it is not perfectly straight and white, could lead people to assume that individual is less trustworthy, less intelligent and less successful, to name but a few considerations.
Added to this is the time pressure demands that many people face from their workplace or lifestyles, leading them to find it hard to take the time that is necessary to go and visit a dentist to discuss what their options may be regarding how they can cosmetically enhance their smile to make it more aligned to how they would like it to appear.
It should also be taken into account that a lot of people have some degree of fear of the dentist and simply put off going to see one. They might be embarrassed about their questions, not think themselves worthy of a professionals time as they are just pondering their options and do not want to be pressured into anything immediately.
Whatever the reason, Spa Dental Sydney CBD has a way to accommodate all of these pressures and more. Keeping up with the modern world, they have designed an online consultation with their leading ‘nervous patient’ dentist, who, suffering from dental fear himself, has focused his career on giving those people an opportunity to do something about their smile that will benefit them not only emotionally, but physically as well.
Simply by sending a selfie to him, he is able to provide information and advice as to what he believes the practice is able to do for that individual, quoting some costs and time lengths as well as offering recommendations and alternative options for the patient to think over.
Once they are ready to hear more about a particular procedure, they can contact the practice to book a consultation. Careful consideration is taken for those nervous patients and time is taken to gently ease each patient into the consultation to ensure that they are comfortable throughout the whole procedure.
Sedative options can be discussed, payment options are always available and any questions are welcomed to that both patient and dentist are fully understanding one another and are on the same page when it comes to what the patient’s dental goals are.
By working together to come up with a treatment plan that is right for the patient, everyone wins and is happy.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.