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Attitude And Practice of Dentists Towards Management of Dental Fear And Anxiety in Public Dental Hospitals In Sudan.

@inproceedings{Aljabry2017AttitudeAP,
  title={Attitude And Practice of Dentists Towards Management of Dental Fear And Anxiety in Public Dental Hospitals In Sudan.},
  author={Abdulla Salih Aljabry and Rawaa Mahdi},
  year={2017}
}
  • Abdulla Salih Aljabry, Rawaa Mahdi
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • Background: Dental anxiety is a complex phenomenon, and no one single variable can account behind its cause and development; therefore, there are a number of factors that have consistently been linked with a greater incidence of dental anxiety including personality characteristics, fear of pain, and past traumatic dental experiences particularly in childhood. Objectives: General: To assess the attitude and practice of dentists towards management of dental fear and anxiety. Specific objectives… CONTINUE READING
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