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Dr. Jordan: Everyone gets a little bit nervous coming to the dentist. You’re laying on your back. You don’t know what’s going on. You have that kind of fear in your head of, ‟This is going to be painful. I’m expecting it to be painful,” and we don’t want that. We want you to come in and be as comfortable as if you were talking to a long-time friend or hanging out with somebody that you enjoy. I think the communication’s the main thing, and if I can relieve any anxieties by doing that, I will. Some patients come to me and they’re like, ‟I don’t want to know. Just do what you do,” but a lot of times, they want to know what’s happening, and I think that’s the biggest thing, is just having that open line of communication and me being honest with them the whole time.