Dr. Kathryn Alderman
Lincoln dentist for patients with a dental phobia
In the last ten years, Dr. Kathryn Alderman has shared her knowledge about dentistry worldwide and is a published author in the dental field. She is also recognized by her peers locally and is listed as one of the top dentists in Lincoln. Dr. Alderman has a nurturing and compassionate personality that makes her patients feel at ease.
Many patients with a dental phobia choose Dr. Kathryn Alderman as their Lincoln dentist. She takes special care and extra time if a patient has a dental phobia. This Lincoln dentist caters to patients with a dental phobia by using excellent chair-side manners, gentle anesthetic techniques, open and transparent communication or “sedation” dentistry.
When Dr. Kathryn Alderman is not with her patients, she is spending time with her husband, Brad and their three children. She also enjoys trying new recipes, playing with her kids, reading, and traveling.
Dr. Kathryn Alderman says:
“I am aware that dental phobia is a serious condition that affects a significant portion of the population. Many people are so fearful or anxious about visiting the dentist that they let their oral health suffer as a result. Many anxious patients often have problems with their teeth, with infection, and chronic gum disease as a result of not seeing a dentist on a regular schedule. With sedation dentistry, we have many techniques and methods in our office to help you to overcome your anxieties and make your dental experience comfortable and even enjoyable! I am sensitive to patients with dental fears and love to help those patients to overcome their fears. If you have not been to a dentist for a long time, our offices are an “embarrassment-free zone.” Come and see us soon. We will be glad to see you at our office!”
Raising three children and finishing dental school while being a mom.
How do you spend your free time?
Exercising, cooking, traveling, going to the library, spending time with my family, “Pinteresting.”
Best anti-aging advice?
Be positive and smile a lot.
Dr. Kathryn Alderman’s tip for a great smile?
Whiten your teeth at least once a year. Keep your lips moist.