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Patients often need something to help “lighten up” a visit to the dental office. When you adjust the lamp over the dental chair a little ball of light jumps to your fingertip. After making the light fly from hand to hand, you quickly put it in your pocket. Your patient will be stunned, and their mouth will be wide opened ready for the exam.
 
     
 
It’s always a good idea to remind patients what happens when they don’t brush. To make this point, show a black paddle with a white tooth on both sides. Pretend to start brushing the teeth. As soon as you stop brushing, the teeth instantly turn yellow. When you start brushing again they turn back to white. Again, this trick requires no skill.
     

It’s always a good idea to remind patients what happens when they don’t brush. To make this point, show a black paddle with a white tooth on both sides. Pretend to start brushing the teeth. As soon as you stop brushing, the teeth instantly turn yellow. When you start brushing again they turn back to white. Again, this trick requires no skill.

 
     
 
As you examine your patient’s teeth, you notice something that you’ve never seen before. You take a closer look and as you reach into their mouth—you pull out a streamer of tissue paper. The streamer keeps coming and coming like there is no end to it. You can even pull the streamer out of your own mouth as a distraction while the patient is having an impression made.
     
This trick makes an important point to patients who wear a retainer. Show your patient how easy it is to lose a retainer when it’s wrapped in a napkin before eating a meal. Demonstrate this by wrapping a retainer into a napkin, and in a flash open up the napkin to show the retainer is completely gone. No sleight of hand required—and don’t need to wear long sleeves either.  
     
 
Use this to make the point that flossing helps strengthen your teeth. Show a model of a molar with two pieces of dental floss threaded through a hole in the tooth. Place the molar in the hand of your patient and tie the floss around the tooth. Close their hand around the tooth and say “Dental-cadabra” and the tooth has magically escaped from the floss! It’s quick, easy and helps to remind patients the important of flossing.
     
Explain to your patient that one of the secrets to being a successful dental professional is to read a lot of books. The patient randomly chooses a page in the dental “mystery” book. While the patient concentrates on a word on the selected page, you write down a prediction that matches their choice! No memorization or esp is required just a little magic!         
     
 

To encourage better dental health, ask your patient to take the Hy-genie’s oath and promise to brush and floss better. First, have your patient sign their name on the back of a decaying yellow tooth card. After they sign the card, turn it over and show the decaying tooth magically turned white and clean. Give them the card as a fun reminder to brush and floss better.

     
At the end of a dental visit—have your patient pick-a-card out of a regular deck of cards. After several attempts to find the card, you give up and pull out a set of those cute “walking teeth”. Wind ‘em up and have you patient place the teeth on the pile of cards. In just a few seconds, the teeth walk over to the selected card. Definitely one of the funniest tricks in the collection.  
     

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