There may be those readers who would much rather hide in their little tortoise shells, thank you very much because they are just so timid and scared. Really, some of these folks are prepared to believe any nonsense placed under their noses. But thank goodness, some of them actually read. Which is perhaps where you come in. All you need to do now is adjust your tortoise-shelled eyeglasses’ rims and prep yourselves to, quite honestly, read between the lines.
Take the much-dreaded X Ray in the realm of medical science, for instance. You actually have little to nothing to fear when you go to the dentist these days. It is usual to expect that the dental x ray in Windsor is going to be necessary if the patient is a first-timer. The dentist really has no record to go on with. And perhaps even, this patient has never been to the dentist in his entire life. Could it be that he had a phobia for going to the dentist as well?
The fear and dread of the dentist is famously known by now. But on the whole, it is unfounded. In the first place, qualified dentists should already be taking every precaution in the book. For instance, while the x ray is minimally invasive and the effects of radiation are rather minimal to say the least, there’s just no way that the dentist is going to allow a pregnant mum to be exposed to the X Ray. Because he knows full well that the woman’s fetus cannot be harmed at any cost.
Finally, forget about the no pain, no gain mantra. It’s actually a lot of unhealthy nonsense anyhow. Although a famous man did once say that the only thing you need to fear is fear itself.