Child or adult most people don't like going to the dentist. It is an unpleasant sometimes even painful experience that fills us with dread. Well, now there is one more reason to be freaked out by going to get your dental check-up - educational dentist toys. This collection of giant stuffed toys takes cute plush animals and gives them a giant, full-sized mouth full of teeth.

Did you ever wonder what Winnie the Pooh would look like if he had a set of adult teeth - the answer is bizarre and unsettling. Surely, there is another way to teach kids about oral hygiene. Scroll down below to check out all the toys they managed to ruin with veneers and don't forget to upvote your favs!

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Tahani 3 weeks ago

Stuff of nightmares.....................the worst of all

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Teaching your kids to embrace their oral hygiene regimen and with it, going to the dentist - Parents Magazine suggest the following tips. Start early, the sooner they can become acclimated with the routine of going to the dentist the more comfortable they will be.  Rhea Haugseth, D.M.D., president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry said it's best if their first visit starts at age 1 or when the first tooth is visible.

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Nikki D 3 weeks ago

But why are so many teeth missing? Tooth fairy vandalism?

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Magic567 3 weeks ago

he looks high

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Don't make things to complicated. While you should communicate with your child clearly about their visit to the dentist, giving them too many details about what is going to happen or what may happen can give them extra anxiety. Answer their questions and keep a positive attitude without giving them false hope. Don't tell them everything is going to be ok because they may end up needing a treatment and will lose trust.

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Withnail 3 weeks ago

Pooh's seen some sh!t...

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Luis Milian 3 weeks ago

is a sea star, an octopus, a germ...so many questions.

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To keep with the positivity theme it's important to be aware of the language you choose surrounding visits to the dentist. For example don't use words like, shot, hurt or pain with children but instead follow the lead of the dentist. Oftentimes pediatric dentists have their own child friendly vocabulary to explain things in a less alarming way. Use phrases like strong and healthy teeth.

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Withnail 3 weeks ago

The new Dumbo looks terrifying!

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Cute Dog 3 weeks ago (edited)

I now understand Dentophobia and Odontophobia(the fear of teeth and dentists).

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Practice makes perfect. Try doing a "trial run" before your actual trip to the dentist. Act out the appointment with your child just using a toothbrush and counting their teeth with numbers or letters. Avoid using scaring drilling or instrument noises to prevent anxiety. You can also try using a mirror to give an example of how the dentist will check their teeth in the back. Trying it out in the reverse helps too. Give them a toothbrush and let them play act with one of their toys.

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BeesAreCool 3 weeks ago

That elephant is seriously MESSED UP

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Ms Phit 3 weeks ago

But what about not looking a gift horse in the mouth? LOL

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Don't try to give your kids too much preparation. You may be tempted to take them to your own dentist office to observe but this can add to future fears. Your experience and theirs will be different, as child dentist's offices are usually less sterile and cold with toys and books. Add to that they may sense your anxiety about your appointment and might internalize this.

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Hans 3 weeks ago

Another discovery from the deep sea.

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Sreenath 3 weeks ago

In safe hands : )

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Magic567 3 weeks ago

is that a monkey mixed with a penguin beak?

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Cat Mac 3 weeks ago

Where is this? In Alabama?

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Daria B 3 weeks ago (edited)

Nooooo! They tortured Doraemon and his sister.... ㅠㅜ

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Hans 3 weeks ago

With the blurry hands it looks like the teddy is about to jump to your neck to put the final bite.

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反社会的 3 weeks ago

I can hear the fish. "eeeEeeEEeEEeEEEEeEEEEEeeEE"

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BroadwayBound 3 weeks ago

The horse ones aren't as bad as the rest

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Magic567 3 weeks ago (edited)

well thats been possessed by the devil

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Magic567 3 weeks ago

i used to have one of these except it didn't have teeth

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Hello it Smee 3 weeks ago

This one is kind of cute

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Šimon Špaček 3 weeks ago

I want this one. Really, tell me where I can get one. (Why? Imagine that you need to tell somebody to... get lost. And you pull out this and with stone face you just say "no" or "do not even dare" and if it is not enough you shove this in his/her face and say "do you want to talk with mister Snappy?")

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Natters 3 weeks ago (edited)

Kinda weirdly cute tho

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Luis Milian 3 weeks ago

this on is not bad

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反社会的 3 weeks ago

This one is slightly less terrifying because the teeth actually fit in the mouth *and* are all intact.

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Bored Lazy Lizzy 3 weeks ago

The new Lion King looks terrifying!

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Magic567 3 weeks ago

that's good teeth whitener

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Nickie Simpson 3 weeks ago

"Get in my belly!" LOL!

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Bored Lazy Lizzy 3 weeks ago

Smile for the picture..hehe

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Meme_inspector12 3 weeks ago

It stares into my soul..... scary.

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