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Nervous Dental Patients

Many people are worried or nervous about attending the dentist. At The Camden Dental Clinic, we take the time to listen to your worries, find out what makes you nervous and put you at ease by going at a pace that suits you.

We have found that by acknowledging your concerns and taking the time to explain what we are doing, our patients find their dental experience with us comfortable and stress free.

We offer oral sedation to patients to help put them at ease before their appointments.

If you are worried or nervous, call us today on 01-4547464 to discuss how we can manage your apprehension and make your time with us anxiety free.

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