August 26, 2019
by Global News
Very few people enjoy going to the dentist, but for some, the sound of a dental drill is enough to send shivers down their spine.
Anywhere from 48 per cent to nearly 60 per cent of the population experiences a form dental anxiety or extreme dental fear, according to studies.
While incredibly common, there are different types of dental dread that range in severity. Dental fear is most often a specific fear, like a fear of drills or needles, explains Lisa J. Heaton, an assistant professor of oral health sciences at the University of Washington.
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