What if your dentist has a special interest in your family?
It’s a common theme in the dental community, with parents telling their children to be careful when dealing with their dentist.
But what if your family dentist has an allergy to the type of food your kids eat?
And if that’s the case, what can you do about it?
What if there’s a way to make your dentist aware of the problem?
This is what we decided to do in the following article.
This article is based on a research conducted by Dr. Andrew Trewsdale and his team at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Dentistry, who are working on a series of studies to investigate how parents and dentists interact to treat the issues of allergies in children.
Dr Trewesdale is the Director of the Faculty of Dental Medicine at the School of Dentistics at the Sydney School of Dents.
The research has been funded by the Australian Dental Association, the Dental Council of Australia, and the Australian Research Council.
The article originally appeared on The Conversation.