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Here’s a 2 minutes and 44 seconds Dental Fear Can Be Passed On From Parents To Their Kids video. See full transcript below.
Dental fear is a highly prevalent condition, especially in kids. Getting them to visit the dental clinic can be a bit troublesome. But have you ever wondered where does this fear in children come from?
Probably this is due to the feeling of not knowing what is supposed to happen inside the dental clinic. Then again, a team of researchers have found that kids might have obtained this from their parents.
According to the study, among 183 schoolchildren, their levels of dental fear and anxiety closely correlates to that of their parents. Further analysis showed that the reactions and body language of the parents give their kids certain clues when it comes to seeing the dentist. As such, the researchers noted that parents play a vital role in managing and eliminating dental phobia in their kids.
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Dental Fear Can Be Passed On From Parents To Their Kids
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