Today’s children understand how technology can help make life easier — from using the Internet to find homework answers, to using mobile devices that alert parents to their whereabouts. But when it comes to going to the dentist, most children are fearful about experiencing pain, thanks to having parents who’ve had painful trips to the dentist and shared these stories with their kids. If one family member is scared about going to the dentist, their fears are eventually passed onto other family members, says the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry.
Parents to kids who have fears about going to the dentist can now rely on DentalVibe to prevent pain caused by injections. DentalVibe not only helps numb pain at the injection site, but can offer both parents and children a sense of calm and relaxation leading up to appointments. Dr. Steven G Goldberg, inventor of the DentalVibe Injection Comfort System, says in addition to visiting dental practices that offer DentalVibe, parents can prepare children for appointments by holding practice appointments at home, and maintaining positive, healthy attitudes about dental care.
Read this article from Fox News to learn more about how DentalVibe can help allay dental fears in children.