2020

Why Visit a Special Needs Dentist for Your SPD Child?

When you have a child who has SPD, also known as Sensory Processing Disorder, you know that everything your child takes in the process and filter in their own special way. While some activities and sensations don't both your child at all or even appear to give them any signs of stress, others can cause them to feel anxious or have a full-blown panic attack. Going to the dentist for your SPD child can be a combination of sensory overload and sensory fulfillment, depending on if your child is a sensory seeker or a sensory avoiding child.