Fear = False evidence appearing real. Yeah that doesn’t help me either, my oral health journey began with tears, sleepless nights and being dragged from the car into the office by my mom. I am very thankful that ended when I was a teenager and met “Mary”. Mary changed how I viewed sitting in that large chair. From this time forward I wanted to be a dental hygienist but not just any dental hygienist, I wanted to be that compassion filled welcoming face for fearful clients.
My very first job lead me to the perfect position for me at the time, I joined a small practice that’s primary goal was making the fearful client as comfortable and as welcome as we could. My own little piece of Heaven, as the office grew my commitment didn’t waver. With each new dentist joining the practice an afternoon dedicated to providing pain free needles was held every year. This is where you would find me sitting in the dental chair volunteering my mouth to be frozen so that I could ensure my clients that they were in good hands.
My passion for providing a safe, caring, judgement free environment for clients with fears or embarrassment due to staying away from dental care for years has only grown. Many of my new clients have found me via current clients that have found comfort in the time I take to ensure their comfort.
So I welcome you to call me and allow me to work alongside of you at your pace to improve and maintain a healthy mouth. Once you are comfortable in my chair we can then discuss finding you a dentist with the qualities you need to feel safe and well cared for.