Our dentists have been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry for more than 10 years in Hungary, and is committed to remaining on the leading edge of dental technologies and treatment.
Our clinics provide all guests with equal, exceptional care, and he offers conscious sedation for the overly anxious.
We now invite you to take this incredible opportunity to consult with our dentists on the Smile Makeover for you!
Patient Care & Services:
- Porcelain Veneers
- Tooth Whitening
- Instant Orthodontics
- Full Mouth Restoration
- Non-metal Filling
- Dental Implants
- Root Canals
- Oral Surgery
Your Child’s First Visit
As parents, our best intentions can sometimes create problematic visits to the dentist. We want to assure our children that they will be fine and have a good experience at the dentist. Unfortunately, some of the statements we say to comfort or reassure them can actually place fear into the minds of our children. I’ve heard well-meaning moms or dads say, “If you’re good it won’t hurt,” “Don’t worry, they won’t hurt you”, or bribe them into going. It is best not to use the words “pain, hurt or shot” at all. Only say positive things!
Many children feel more comfortable and secure having a parent or sibling in the treatment room. You can be most helpful by being a silent partner, allowing the child to cooperate best with the dental professional’s directions. The parent should be a casual observer and only participate in the conversation when asked. Parents often try to speak over the doctor’s requests, creating stress for the child. The child can only listen to one person at a time.
Dental professionals are trained to use specific terminology and care with children and have experience in dealing with dental fear. If a parent has dental anxiety, have someone else accompany the child, as children can easily pick up on your discomfort and fears about dentistry. After the initial visit, the child may do better in “one on one” with the dentist. We’ve found that children who act up with the parent present actually behave better when a parent is not in the room. If you have concerns, it is a good idea to discuss this issue with the dentist before your child’s visit.