they freak out anytime im anywhere near a dentists office? kicking, screaming, biting, foaming at the mouth but im worried about their teeth. they both have bottle rot but no pain.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:07 AM on Oct. 12, 2008 in Kids' Health
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Answer by charisma10 at 2:10 PM on Oct. 12, 2008
Um, yeah. Hon, I would MAKE it happen. Perhaps do what I did. I called the dentist up to ask for them to mail in all the office paperwork I needed to fill out. That way I could fill it out at home and just hand it to them when I get there...and focus my full attention on my step daughter who at the time was afraid so badly of the dentist. OR this is what I did for my other child; I called the dentist ahead of the visit and exclaimed that this child will be hard to handle so be prepared...and see if there is anything he thinks you could do to prepare the child.
Do not let them make the decisions on their health. You are the mom...the parent. Take them no matter what!
Answer by Patrina1981 at 2:12 PM on Oct. 12, 2008
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