When our back aches, we take a nice massage therapy and get out of the massage salon 100% reinvigorated and relaxed.
When our tooth aches, we go to the dentist for an extraction…and then we take the whole day off to recover from the not so excellent sensation of the day.
This is exactly why specialists have thought of making the association between “dentist” and “relaxation” possible, and now you can have your dental treatment in what is called a Dental Spa.
You can actually enjoy a nice manicure, while having root canal treatment, or enjoying a massage while you teeth are whitened with the laser.
There are already several such dental spas available nationwide, and people struggling with dental phobia are definitely welcoming the idea. Even though, this pampering and relaxation while having your teeth done will surely come at an extra price!
Some of the spa services that you can enjoy at one of these dental spas include massage therapies, reflexology treatments, paraffin treatments for your hands, or aromatherapy sessions.
Some of the extra pampering accessories that you can have access to include headphones with relaxing music, comfortable pillows for your neck, extra soft fleece blankets, special DVD goggles, and even virtual reality glasses.
You will receive everything you need to keep you distracted and entertained while the dentist is doing your smile makeover.
Cosmetic dentists take it even further, and they combine the dental cosmetic procedures with other beauty & wellness medical procedures. At such a dental spa, someone can have dental veneers applications, followed by Botox injection treatments and a nice massage.
It is important to keep in mind that at these Spas you will meet only licensed professionals who offer the massages, the reflexology and acupuncture sessions. Some of the massage therapists are particularly professional in dealing with neck, jaw or shoulder complications.
For example, before getting dental implants, a jaw massage can help de-tension the entire area of the face and jaws, and of course do away with the stress and phobia the patient might feel before such a dental intervention.