Most people who fear going to the dentist may have heard of some dental myths or horror stories at some point of their lives that might affect their outlook of going to the dentist. Myths have been passed by word of mouth and became part of our culture, up to the point where we find it difficult to tell the difference between TRUTH and MYTH.
One of the uncomfortable feelings you can experience while having a dental procedure is involuntary gagging. It can be very frustrating for both of you and your dentist. Gagging is when your pharyngeal reflex contract at the back of your throat, evoked by touching the roof of the mouth, the back of the tongue, the area around the tonsils, the uvula and the back you the throat.
Fortunately, there are ways to ease your gag reflex.
I’m sure everyone is going crazy these days looking for the perfect Christmas gift for you and your love ones. Your gift shows how much you love yourself and value a person you love for a job-well done, great-lasting friendship and simply, you know exactly what your parents, siblings and friends wanted to have.
For as long as people have been going to the dentist, it has often been regarded as a dreaded affair. At GAOC, we have set out ways to redefine your dental experience. Actor, host, and model, Alden Richards shares his GAOC experience and why he chose #GAOCDental