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Sensory-adapted dental clinic reduces stress in autistic children

LOS ANGELES, US: Dental visits can be a source of great stress for patients, especially those who have autism. In a recent study, researchers at the ...

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Interview: “Let’s not preclude children with autism from mainstream healthcare”

The number of children with autism spectrum disorder is on the rise, and the challenges they face are plentiful and include problems in maintaining a ...

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Study shines spotlight on oral health of children with autism

DURBAN, South Africa: As the number of reported cases of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) continues to climb across the globe, the special ...

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Children with autism often overlooked for dental care

CHARLESTON, S.C., U.S.: Autism affects a child’s social skills. Even simple tasks, such as scheduling an appointment at a dentist’s office, may often be...

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New study on primary dentition takes first steps toward early autism diagnosis

NEW YORK, U.S.: According to the Autism Society of America, more than 3.5 million Americans have some form of autism spectrum disorder. With prevalence of ...

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Dental desensitization protocols support children with autism

SEATTLE, USA: A study conducted at the University of Washington has suggested that desensitization programs, including repeated visits, could help many ...

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Primary dentition study links exposure to toxins in early life to autism

NEW YORK, USA: Evidence found in primary dentition has suggested that exposure to specific toxins and nutrients is associated with the risk of developing ...

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