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How to Make the First Dentist Visit a Happy One For Every Child

Children who are not neuro-typical, like those with autism, can have trouble following rules and controlling behavior. Unfamiliar instruments and unusual sounds, smells, and tastes can make any child — and plenty of adults — nervous and resistant. Dr. Nelson and his clinic staff have developed a range of supportive accommodations to help their young patients be more confident and comfortable with the dentist’s office. Their compassionate and practical approach can help any young child get used to the idea of a trip to the dentist.

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