Patients with special needs and disabilities can be difficult to treat when your dental practice lacks tools that can enhance the experience for these types of individuals. For instance, mouth props are helpful when treating patients with involuntary body movements, while sedation dentistry can help stabilize individuals who suffer from conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy.
DentalVibe is quickly becoming the go-to tool among dentists who treat Americans with disabilities and special needs. DentalVibe uses pulsed vibration technology to block the sensation of pain caused by injections, and helps put fearful patients at ease before, during, and after treatment. DentalVibe has been shown effective at calming patients, especially patients with special needs and disabilities who fear needles, and pain in general.
Visit Dentistry IQ to learn more about how DentalVibe helps relax and calm patients with disabilities and special needs.