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See dental surgery for a general review of dental surgical procedures.

Dental treatment is the treatment provided by dentists, usually in dental surgeries. Psychological factors such dental pain and dental phobia need to be understood by practiotioners providing such treatmen, a well as how to deal with psychologically vulnerable groups undegoing with these precedures.


Dental treatment for older adults

Dental treatment for people with mental disorder

Special needs dentistry

Special needs dentistry is dentistry provided to those with learning difficulties and intellectual disabilities. This may range from people with moderate reading difficulties (so they may not be able to read information literature, surgery signs or the forms providing funding) to people who may be unable to grasp the point of the procedures and who may feel very threatened as a result (read more: http://www.cosmetic-dentist-implant.com/).

Dental treatment for people with physical disorders

Dental fear

Dental pain


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