I've had this very problem happen to me over last summer. When I went in for a consultation, everything was fine (I think it's because I knew we wouldn't be doing any work that day). When it was time for my appointment, my husband was driving me to the dental office when I physically got ill from my anxiety and could not go. My dentist (who is very gentle and VERY nice) called me and said he completely understood and I am not the first patient he has had who would experience this kind of anxiety. He said he would be able to perscribe me medication that would allow me to be more relaxed, ofcourse-someone would have to drive me because I wouldn't be able to. He also said that he would be able to give me the laughing gas (which, I was not a fan of). If I were you, I'd be upfront and honest with your dentist and tell him/her what is going on, tell them how bad your anxiety is and I'm sure they'll be able to help. Good luck :)
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