Chemical smells. Bright lights. Lying back in a reclining chair. A stranger putting a variety of objects into your mouth! Unfamiliar noises - some of them in your own mouth!! Possible pain!!!
A visit to the dentist is a multi-sensory experience or nightmare, if you are sensory sensitive.
BUT (and its a big but), a dentist is needed to prevent future problems.
What suggestions do you have to improve the likelihood of a successful trip to the dentist?
What do you do before the appointment? During? After?
And what about dental care at home?
Share a hint or two and you might win a Transformer for Teeth. Draw September 5, 2014.
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