There is a pretty good chance that no one actually likes going to the dentist, but suffice it to say that it is a very important part of taking care of yourself so you should just bite the bullet and get it over with instead of allowing matters to descend into some form of anarchy. Your body cannot survive if it does not have a healthy dental system to rely on in your mouth, so while we can understand your desire to avoid having someone poke around in your mouth, the harm that this can do is far too dire for you to feasibly follow through with your hesitation.
One thing that can put your mind at ease if you have to get tooth implants is figuring out how long the procedure would last. The truth of the situation is that implants require a bit more time than other procedures for the most part. This is because of the fact that your tooth would first have to be removed, after which the area underneath this tooth will be cleaned out. Following that, the root will be placed in the opening in your jaw and the implant can then be screwed into it.
This is clearly not a process that can be done in as little as fifteen minutes, and the fact of the matter is that a two hour timeline might be more realistic from numerous points of view. Two hours actually doesn’t sound bad when you consider how permanent of a fixture your implant will become in your mouth. Two hours of discomfort for decades of pain free living seems like a good tradeoff to us.