I was dreading the inevitable need for major repairs on old and unstable fillings, and knew that a couple of crowns were likely too. My anxiety at visiting the dentist was compounded by a powerful gag reflex that was getting worse, and things came to a head when during a small procedure with my old dentist I actually got out of the chair, and asked him to stop. I was advised that conscious sedation might help, and went along to speak to Dr Gillis in Bristol. Mark convinced me to try conscious sedation and I've never looked back. Two crowns and a couple of big fillings later I can honestly say that visiting the dentist is now no longer a white knuckle experience. Dr Mark Gillis is, in my estimation, not only a highly proficient dental surgeon but also terrifically good with nervous patients.
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