Visiting my Dentist

I guess I will never forget my very first visit to the dentist back in the days when I was still a little kid. When I first saw my dentist, he seemed like a giant to me in his white-as-snow uniform that was cleaned and ironed flawlessly by his wife or girlfriend (or perhaps mother? I guess I will never know). My legs were shaking like a bowl full of jelly. This is how scared I was. After a few minutes of time spent in the presence of my dentist, I realized though that there was absolutely nothing to be afraid of. All those tools and instruments that my dentist had in his practice suddenly didn’t look as dangerous and intimidating as the moment when I saw them for the first time.

When it comes to your dentist las vegas, it all boils down to whom you choose to take care of your teeth. When I was a kid, my parents were the ones who were choosing dentists for me, but when I became an adult, I started making such decisions for myself. I had always wanted my dentist to be patient and understanding with lots of empathy. A good dentist is a dentist who understands that those who come to him for a root canal in las vegas are usually in a lot of pain and need somebody to show them sympathy and warmth. A perfect dentist is a person who realizes that those who come to him are not only in need of urgent dental treatment, but also in need of compassion that can be expressed with words, but also with actions. My current dentist is compassionate, although I wish he even worked more on his interpersonal skills to make sure that all those who come to him for various treatments feel relaxed knowing that they are in good hands.