Childhood is a funny age. If we ask you to peak in the rear view mirror of your life, what would be the first memory that you’d reminisce? There must be loads of things to look back to, and why not—it is a golden phase in a small, tiny movie of life, but this little fragment of it is unusual. It frames the rest of our life for these experiences mold us as a human being. Now the nature experiences (both good and bad) might vary from one person to another, but it all sums up our lifestyle—there’s no hiding that.
One very crucial aspect of our lifestyle, known as oral health, is something that shapes up our health and routine. We don’t just walk into adulthood and start brushing our teeth, flossing the slits, and rinsing our mouth. This habit is a result of months of routine that was bred into our veins and whisked into our daily grind by our family values and the virtue of good oral hygiene. But this was the story about when we were kids. Now that there are little ones all around us, we’ve got to teach them how to take care of their oral hygiene.
Dental health is no joke, and it has been seen that many kids with improper dental hygiene land into a sticky pool of trouble for long times to come. This problem needs to be prevented before the time comes that it has to be cured. Kids have huge issues with their teeth, and the reason is simple—it’s not a cakewalk to stop them from gluttonous food and sticky, gooey, and sugary stuff. That’s not the only problem, however, as it goes beyond that. Taking kids to the Dentist’s is crucial. They have to be comfortable about the fact that they’ll be coming to these visits now and then and anything else shouldn’t stop them—even if it is nervousness and fear of getting things inside one’s mouth.
It is essential to take kids to the Dentists. It keeps the teeth shining and wise, and these values become the cornerstone of splendid dental and oral hygiene. But that’s not the case for a child, for whom a dentist’s visit is nothing short of a nightmare. Think of it this way—a kid lying on a cold, cushiony chair, in a room full of extraordinary people wearing masks and poking, whizzing and smoking out weird instruments that look like tools for torture. These vibes are exceptional and why not—funny people, strange noises, and unusually cold sensation between the teeth.
Do you know that once your child’s teeth start to fall out and grow, you would have to take a truckload of Dentist’s visits? Every child has to take at least 10 trips (yes, 10!) before kicking off the kindergarten time because that’s when the teeth start to fall. That’s also a common reason why kids are nagging to school. But the question is, how do we take care of kid’s dental health if we do not know how to drive them into the Dentist’s chair?
Here are a few ways which ensure that your kid isn’t scared of dentists anymore and that whenever the Dentist’s date comes in, s/he is ready for the appointment with all smiles and no tears.