Children and special needs patients often encounter an overwhelming sensory overload or a sudden onset of uneasiness in a dentist’s office. When patients become anxious or panicked at the dentist, the appointment is likely to be challenging for the specialist or upsetting for the patients. Dental phobias can cause patients to struggle physically or try to escape the situation, which can be dangerous and hinder the dentist’s ability to perform a necessary service. Those who are afraid of the dentist may also resist getting treatment in their later years, which can have a negative effect on their oral health. Fortunately, dental sedation services can eliminate the anxieties related…