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Topic: Teeth
Keegan sits patiently in the dentist chair.
Keegan sits patiently in the dentist chair.

The management of child behavior in the dental office can be challenging for both the dental staff and parents. All children go through the same developmental stages, but the range of ages at which each occurs is fairly broad.

One child at two and a half may separate easily from the parent and adjust readily to new people and things. At the same time a four-year-old may be rather immature in behavioral development and be difficult to separate from a parent. Each of these children is behaving normally but at different end of the normal range of development.

When is the child ready for dental treatment?

Read this article to learn when your child is ready for dentures, what to expect in the denture making process and suggestions for making the treatment process a smooth and successful one.

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