Guiding patient behavior is as important as ever for the practicing dentist, and the behavior of pediatric patients is perhaps the most challenging to manage especially in today’s modern society characterized by its diversity and unlimited access to information. The Third Edition of Wright’s Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children delivers an up-to-date discussion of modern techniques for managing the behavior of pediatric dental patients.
- A thorough introduction to understanding key moments in child development as well as their behavior in the dental office
- An examination of establishing a dental home and non-pharmacologic approaches to behavior management
- Treatment of children with disabilities in the dental setting and tips to parents for proper homecare
- Understanding the rapidly evolving societal influence on the contemporary family and its impact on treating the pediatric patient