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For Children With Autism, Trips to the Dentist Just got Easier | American Health Council

For Children With Autism, Trips to the Dentist Just got Easier

For Children With Autism, Trips to the Dentist Just got Easier - Health Council

“Adjusting the environment of a dentist’s office can make routine cleanings less stressful for children with autism, research shows. Children with autism spectrum disorders — as well as some typically developing children — often show heightened responses to sensory input and find these sensations uncomfortable. As such, the dental office, with its bright lights, loud sounds from the dental equipment, and touch of children in and around the mouth, present particular challenges for such children.”

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