Behaviour Management of Children in a Dental Clinic

  • Jasleen Kaur
  • Navjot Kaur
  • Heena Walia
  • Gauri Gill
  • Nicholas Chinemeze Azuh
  • Rhythm Sharma
Keywords: Behaviour Management, Children, Dental Clinic

Abstract

The dental healthcare team treats a child in a pediatric clinic using a child management approach that is both effective and efficient. Managing children in a pediatric clinic requires a delicate balancing act between the child, the parent, and the dentist. It takes effective communication abilities to give dental treatment to youngsters. In addition to the well-known personality trait of anxiety, additional factors have also been discovered to contribute to the persistence of behavioral issues during dental procedures. It is often acknowledged that behavior management plays a crucial role in providing dental care for kids. It is undoubtedly difficult to deny a child the necessary dental care if their behavior in the office or dental clinic cannot be controlled.

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Author Biographies

Jasleen Kaur

BDS, Government Dental College, Patiala, India

Navjot Kaur

MDS (Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge), Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Sciences and Research, Amritsar, India

Heena Walia

BDS, MPH (Advanced Research), Torrens University, Australia

Gauri Gill

MDS (Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics), Swami Devi Dyal Hospital and Dental College Panchkula, India

Nicholas Chinemeze Azuh

Dental Officer, University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria

Rhythm Sharma

BDS, Arogya Hospital, Amritsar, Punjab, India

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CITATION
DOI: 10.26440/IHRJ/0712.03617
Published: 2024-03-09
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Jasleen Kaur, Navjot Kaur, Heena Walia, Gauri Gill, Nicholas Chinemeze Azuh, Rhythm Sharma. Behaviour Management of Children in a Dental Clinic. IHRJ [Internet]. 2024Mar.9 [cited 2024May27];7(12):RV1-RV6. Available from: https://ihrjournal.com/ihrj/article/view/617