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Unfilled Type of sealant that will wear naturally as the patient chews.
Teeth with shallow grooves This is a reason NOT to do a sealant.
Check Sealants Do this with an explorer.
Birth to 18 yrs. of age This is the age range of patients a pediatric dentist sees.
Fear This is the main component of behavior problems with treating children.
Stories told by siblings/family members This is an example of a subjective fear. These stories are negative stories about dental treatment.
Local anesthetic This is NOT a behavioral management technique.
Dental Experiences Patient evaluate this based on telephone conversations,how they are treated by the front office people, how they feel they were treated in the operatory.
Greeting a patient If this is done with a smile, it will diminish dread that the patient might be experiencing about the dental visit.
Objective fears Fear that is identified from actual patient experiences.
Created by: mgarrett