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child dental root canal treatment, cleaning and filling must watch

My 6 years old child Jazeel Ahmed had decay in some of his teeth, so I visited nearby Dental College of Jamia Millia Islamia University to get him checked up. I always prefer medical college because there will be a whole team for checkups, not a single man show like in a private dental clinic. Jamia’s orthodontics department is the best place to get tooth related problems checked up. Because it’s cheap too. This college is situated in the locality of Jamia Nagar of New Delhi near three most famous hospitals in Delhi. Nearest is Holy Family Hospital and Escorts Heart Hospital and Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. Video recorded by: #Xiaomi #Redmi Note 3
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Kids Has a Toothache Learn Care Dental Brush Teeth Kids play Bag Jumping Balloon Song for Children

Kids Has a Toothache Learn Care Dental Brush Teeth Kids play Bag Jumping Balloon Song for Children. Watch other videos: Kids Go to School Learn Colors with Fruits | Kids play Hide and Seek on the Bed Song for Children: https://goo.gl/DLjXm5 .
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Dental Care for children with Autism – video glasses – Boston Children’s Hospital

The Dental Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs Program at Children’s Hospital Boston is currently working in collaboration with pediatricians from Massachusetts General Hospital to examine behavior in children with autism with the goal of improving comfort levels during office visits through the use of visual techniques. The first part of the study looks at the baseline behavior of autistic children during their initial visit to the dental clinic. The second part of the study has the children divided into different groups. One group of children watches a video at home of what their next dental procedure will entail. A second group of children brings the video with them to their next appointment and watches it on a portable DVD player during their dental procedure. A third group of children also watches the video during the procedure, this time using special glasses that utilize sound and visuals to create a total “video emersion”. Research is still underway as to which technique improves behavior best in autistic patients.