Little Angel Nursery Rhymes: Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dentist Baby John

Going to the dentist makes children of all ages — and adults too — sometimes a bit nervous. While seeing the dentist twice a year is important to maintain good oral health, it can sometimes be a bit scary, especially if it's your first time and you don't know what to expect! When Mommy tells Baby John, big brother Jack and big sister Jill that it's dentist day, Baby John is understandably a bit scared. Jack and Jill work hard to make sure that Baby John knows exactly what to expect so his first visit to the dentist will be a happy one.

Jack and Jill create a pretend office at home to show Baby John that going to the dentist doesn't have to be scary, but can actually be quite fun! They explain that first, the dentist will check your teeth and then he'll polish them and make them shine! Baby John is still a little afraid, so Jack and Jill sing a super fun song about having no fear set to the tune of Baby Shark that makes Baby John smile and laugh!

Next Jack dresses as a dentist and explains to Baby John that dentists are there to help make your teeth all clean and that there's nothing to worry about. Going to the dentist can be fun and not scary at all! Jill pretends to be a patient at the dentist office while Jack explains to Baby John what will happen during his exam. He simply has to sit nice and still in the seat with his mouth wide open so the dentist can clean his teeth until they shine!

Jack then reminds Baby John that it's important to brush your teeth every day and that the dentist is your friend who makes your visit lots of fun. Jack and Jill do such a great job explaining to Baby John what he should expect at the dentist that when Mommy arrives to take him for his appointment, he's excited to go. Jack and Jill are very proud of themselves for being such great big siblings and making Baby John feel excited about his trip to the dentist.

This video isn't just filled with lots of bright colors and fun singing but it's also great if you have a little one who is feeling a bit nervous about visiting the dentist. Maybe Jack and Jill will put their mind at ease as well!

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