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it's scary, but most likely your child will be just fine, and will have no memory of the experience. A papoose board is a restraining device, much like a straight jacket that holds the child in place while the dental work is done.
I did want to let you know that I had general anesthesia on my child to fill 6 teeth and it actually went pretty well.
Although we live in the East Bay, we went to UCSF for his dental care because of the sedation - the cost was split between medical ins for the use of the hospital and staff; and dental ins for the dental services.
While I would prefer to keep him sedated for his visit, it becomes an all day event for us.
My 15 month old has severe tooth decay due to excessive nursing especially at night.
My dentist has suggested a temporary filler that releases flouride and brushing religiously.