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The office located at 15 rue Freycinet, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, is composed of two treatment rooms, one with several armchairs, each armchair is arranged so that the child sees no instrument, only the TV installed directly on the floor. above.
In the waiting room the children also find a TV with their favorite cartoons as well as the Wii® game console and toys.
In the reception of the cabinet, a corner of hygiene is arranged so that the children can brush their teeth when arriving and leaving they are rewarded with a small gift which it finds behind the magic mirrors.
« NWe strive to make your child's experience in our practice fun, educational and positive. In this sense, we dedicate ourselves as much to the prevention of oral diseases as to the management of fear and anxiety. »
Dr Jona Andersen
At each visit, we take the time to talk with your child, introduce him to the practice, examine his mouth and teach him good reflexes for better oral hygiene. We answer all your questions ; you are aware of good dental hygiene practices and we give you nutritional advice.
And at the end of each visit, your child leaves with a gift.
It is often necessary to take an X-ray to get an accurate diagnosis, we will explain the need for it and we will only take the shots with your permission. We are equipped with latest-generation digital radiological equipment that is completely harmless and emits far less radiation than conventional equipment.
We use instruments, biocompatible materials and sterilization techniques of the highest quality and reliability.
Visits every 6 months to the pediatric dentist are recommended from the age of 2 years.
« We strongly discourage the realization of care from the first visit for 2 reasons:
1.We have not yet seen your child, so it is impossible to determine what care is needed and how will your child cooperate and we can not prepare a suitable session. (Our treatment plan will depend on several factors: the diagnosis, the affection of the teeth, the caries, the cooperation ...)
2. Your child's behavior determines the method of managing pain and anxiety during treatment. If sedation with MEOPA is required, for example, precautions should be taken before the appointment.»
«Establishing a relationship a relationship of trust is important to us ... It goes through an adapted vocabulary. »
Dr Jona Andersen
In order for your child to gain a positive experience from his or her first visit, try to avoid the use of inappropriate vocabulary and delegate this task to us instead. We try to avoid the use of words that scare the child. Here is a list of words that are better not to use in connection with the visit to the dentist as well as their more positive equivalent.
We appreciate your support for our efforts to develop a cooperative attitude in your child.
If you are afraid of the dentist, you may inculcate this apprehension to your child unintentionally. By expressing fears, or by promising your child gifts after the appointment, you may make your child think that something unpleasant will happen. Instead, announce the appointment to the dentist as you would announce a trip to the cinema, or a visit to the aquarium.
Once your child is familiar, we and our firm will be more likely to build trust and cooperation with them.
Click on the button to know the adapted vocabulary.