Let’s face it—if you listened to your children every time they said, “NO!” then they’d walk out of the house without shoes everyday, eat candy and popcorn for breakfast, lunch and dinner and never, ever, ever see the children’s dentist in Castle Rock. Fortunately, they have parents who know what’s good for them, and regular dental checkups are not only good, they’re important. Of course, this doesn’t mean that the first visit won’t take a certain amount of child psychology. Here are some ideas to make your child’s first dental appointment pleasant—for both of you.
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If your parents offered up tooth fairy services to you as a child, it’s time for you to say thanks! It may seem like a snap taking a tooth leaving some cash, but as any first time tooth fairy will tell you, being a good tooth fairy is hard work. Sneakiness, manual dexterity, making the story sound fun and not creepy…the tooth fairy struggle is real. The most important thing to keep in mind is that the tooth fairy is an opportunity to talk to your child about their oral health. They think they’re having fun, but a great tooth fairy will always sneak in some lessons about keeping teeth healthy.