As you are working with people, it is important to pay attention to their non verbal cues while you are doing oral treatment. You want to watch their face and body language.
You want to watch their face and body language.
You might want to adapt your pace; offer a quick break to your patient as needed.
Do the nonverbal cues indicate anxiety?
If patient’s nonverbal behaviour indicates a moderate level of anxiety, stop what you’re doing. Allow time for the patient to have a break. Ask what would be useful to the patient.
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