Archive for November, 2018
No parent wants their children to suffer from dental issues. Unfortunately, many children develop dental cavities and other similar problems. From 2015-2016, nearly 43% of children aged two to 19 suffered from dental cavities. As a parent, it’s understandable to feel stressed out while thinking about taking your child to the dentist. However, following a few simple tips will help ensure that both you and your children are ready for an upcoming dental appointment. Considering that, here are four helpful ways to prepare your child for an upcoming visit to the dentist.
- Don’t Project Your Anxiety
Many people suffer from anxiety related to visiting the dentist. However, you never want your children to learn about this. While you might not think so, children are incredibly receptive to how their parents feel. If your children learn that you’re fearful of the dentist, they’re going to feel the same way.
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