Why are some dentists limited to children and the disabled?

Why are some dentists limited to children and the disabled?

Why are some dentists limited to children and the disabled?

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What grandpa walleye said. There are many disabled people who have a difficult time at the dentist, and who require going under anesthesia in order to have even a simple tooth cleaning. Thankfully there are dentists out there who have the experience to work with patients such as children and the disabled who are not able to sit calmly and quietly during their appointment as most adults are.

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