Dorset is a mostly rural county in South West England, with 40% of the area being classified as 'outstanding natural beauty.' It is mainly dominated by rolling hills, calcareous grassland and cliffs of chalk and clay, which are peppered with small villages in some parts. The South East Dorset conurbation is a densely populated urban environment complete with shopping centres, houses and even a football stadium.
You've surely heard friends and relatives talk about their seaside holiday to Bournemouth? It is home to the Jurassic coast, the world's second largest harbour town, also known as Poole and the magnificent New Forest. Picturesque Bournemouth is famous for its astounding geological features including Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, situated on the sandy beaches.
The county of Dorset is also draped in culture and history, with the Camp Bestival music festival taking place every August and being the birthplace and home of Tess of the D'Urbervilles author Thomas Hardy. It's easy to see where he received inspiration for his novel settings after a short walk through the landscape. William the Conqueror even thought it good enough to be the ideal location for his hunting grounds.
Dental phobia sufferers come to Bournemouth in particular, due to its laidback vibe. Being closely located to the sea, with some of the warmest temperatures and breath-taking views in England, it is unsurprising to think that patients can feel at ease here.
If you feel as though you are suffering from poor oral health, whatever the reason may be, and are too frightened to visit a dentist then please look no further. Dorset dentists are some of the friendliest and most helpful you'll have the pleasure to come across. Rest assured that many of them are dental phobia certified, so you are definitely in the safest hands.