The boy was not afraid of the dentist, but still had migraines afterward
Headache on the right front of the Forehead
My son has had a hole in his teeth for months, and yesterday we had it closed with a filling. Of course, we had to drill it first.
He didn’t seem to have any problems with it and didn’t say anything about being afraid of drilling.
The filling was in quickly, and there were no problems or pain while drilling.
Ten minutes later, we were already getting into the car to go home.
While getting in, he says to me:
“Dad, I have a headache!”
“Where?” Did I ask?
“On the right front of my forehead,” was the answer.
My next question was whether he was afraid of the tooth being drilled.
Yes, a little bit, was again the answer.
He had a tolerable headache for about 1 hour, and then everything was fine again. The period from starting at home to putting the filling was about 1 h.
I think realizing when leaving home (now it’s about to start) was his conflicting moment.
After that, I explained to him the frontal fear …
Note by Helmut Pilhar
It is nice when parents already teach their children the laws of creation and thus immunize them against superstitious nonsense.