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      Autism and Dental Care

      Going to the dentist can be a cause for anxiety for most of us, but it’s a very different feeling for those with autism. Patients with autism often have difficulty staying still and allowing the dentist to do what’s needed, which is why a loved one should always be present. Everyone needs a hand to hold sometimes, especially those who fear the dentist, and it’s no different with patients with autism.

      Updated on 11/24/18 6:46 AM

      Updated by Dr. Greg Grillo on 11/24/18 6:46 AM

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