it should be emphasized that these were personal assessments and there were no qualified professionals to verify or indicate the ratings of oral health of the sample population. Therefore, this data is subject to being skewed and inaccurate and should be disregarded. A study conducted in India by Appukuttan et al. explored the prevalence of dental anxiety, the factors which influence dental anxiety and dental anxiety related to tooth extraction procedures among participants at a hospital. It was centered around 1148 patients with age ranges between 18-70 years.
Clinical examination was performed at the tooth extraction appointment. General information such as age, gender, state of origin and income were taken as patient’s details. Patient’s prosthodontic need was examined by questionnaire that include questions about functional, aesthetic and psychological impacts associated to tooth loss and need of prosthodontic
What position do they play? Did you make an assumption about this person you imagined based on these things? What kind of person are they? Would you know if the assumptions you made are really true or not? Since you imagined them, you can confirm or deny these things and tweak their qualities at your will, but what if they were a real person?
The response rate of the participants were 100%. Out of the total 106 respondents, 62 (58.5%) of them were females and 44 (41.5%) of them were males, aged between 5 to 11 years with a median age of 7.9 years. 35 (33%) out of the 106 participants reported of having their first visit to the dentist while the remaining 71 (67%) have visited a dentist in the past for dental treatment. Most of the common chief complaints reported by the parents of the child participants were experience of tooth pain, presence of caries and a feeling of discomfort around the tooth region. The results were gathered through the questionnaire and the results are as
Dental Anxiety: Dental anxiety has been noted to be significant and a usual problem in both children and adults. It is often considered an obstacle in delivery as well as reception of dental care by dental experts and patients respectively. It is frequently seen as a fear that something bad is going to happen when going for the dental treatment and is also attached with the sense of losing control over the situation.1 Anxiety is a more general unfocused feeling of discomfort or apprehension that is directly related to fear surrounding an unusual environment.2 Dental anxiety can be defined as “the response to situations in which the source of the threat to the individual is unclear, ambiguous or not immediately present. Anticipatory anxiety
Experiences of pain lead to anxiety for both patient and clinician before and after root canal treatment. Pain is not always associated with sensation to noxious stimuli but also associated with the individual experiences, anxiety, stress, expectations and personality. Though the pain may not be a sign of endodontic failure, relieving pain is of utmost importance for the acceptance of endodontic procedure. Postoperative endodontic pain continues to be a significant problem facing the dental profession (Liesinger, Marshall & Marshall 1993). Up to 80% of endodontic patients who report with preoperative pain continue to experience some level of pain following the endodontic procedure (Marshall 2002).
With your work, are there any pressures about appearance? How does your family view success and what are their thoughts about body image? Are there any connections between spirituality and health? How do you feel after completing your exercise routine? Can you give me a detailed account of what a typical day looks like and what you usually eat throughout the day?
[Point towards audience] Now how would that make you feel? How would you feel if people ran in fear when they saw you? How would you feel if you had no one to talk to and you yourself could barely speak english? How would you feel if your mother neglected you? Because [say louder] that is how the monster felt.
Have ever thought about happiness or what is make you happy? Nowadays we are too busy with fancy lifestyle, smartphone, check email, work. We don’t have time to think about happiness. Sometimes we need to ask ourselves to figure out meaning of being happy. Do you like you job or as a student do like what you are study?