Nowadays injections in the oral cavity are very minimally painful or painless. Initially a flavoured anaesthetic gel or spray is applied on the anaesthetic site and the injection is given on an already numb area. U will hardly feel anything. And for God's sake never remove a tooth which can be easily saved by a good Root Canal Therapy. We do Laser assisted Root Canal. Feel free to consult Laser Smile Care. God bless u.
Hi best to overcome this u have to make up ur mind that there is no other option and if u delay it might get worse and then u wil be needing a more complicated treatment..best is to be strong and go ahead with the name of almighty...best of luck take care
Hello, According to one study around 8%of people, who visit dentist have needle phobia. So don't worry, there are ways to reduce pain of giving injection using numbing gel, the wand,, distraction by dentist while giving injection others like taking to psychiatrist before injection, iv sedation, last resort would be general anesthesia. Please talk to your doctor regarding this.
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