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As a board certified periodontist, my residency training of three years after dental school exclusively focused on dental surgery. That involved training on dental implants, on the bone structure and support of teeth, how to grow bone, how to graft tissue. And how to create a foundation to support implants. And help, really, with full-mouth reconstruction.
So, a lot of the services that I particularly provide, as well as my associates in general dentistry, may be very scary and stressful and anxiety provoking to a lot of our patients. And I personally really try to focus on creating a trusting environment where I sit with my patients, we go over the procedure in as little or as much detail as is comfortable for them. We go step-by-step of how things are going to go, what to expect. I always give a call to every patient at the end of the day to make sure that they’re comfortable. They always have access to ask me questions after the fact. And it’s really just creating a stress-free, calming environment. Making sure that they’re always pain-free. Asking them all along the way.