There are research-backed ways to increase your pain tolerance.
It has been a long time since you last saw us. The dentist entered the room with his assistant. I double-checked if my chair was a dental chair because it felt like I was sitting in an interrogation room, based on their entrance. A trip to the dentist.
Dr. D concluded before he proceeded with his x-rays and cleaning. The next hour is going to hurt. I promise you that it will be worth it. I was not in pain after the hour. I wasn’t in pain during the hour. Dr. D looked at me in awe after each procedure. I was able to endure extreme pain without being completely numb.
It has been a little bit. We would say that it has been more than a little bit. Dr. D said something. The person continued. 7 years is a long time. I had dental surgery in the summer of 2013). I haven’t been back since, I wouldn’t say I’m afraid of the dentist, but I wouldn’t say I’m not.
I told him a few of my tricks when he asked how I was able to endure the pain. These tricks are supported by research and scientific studies.