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Aim: To evaluate the effect of Audio distraction on anxiety of pediatric patients during dental treatment. Material and method: In present study 50 children of 4-8 years were randomly selected and equally divided into two groups of 25 each. The first group was control group (group A) and the second group was audio distraction group (group B). The dental procedure employed was restoration of any tooth in maxillary/mandibular arch for both the groups. The children included in music group were allowed to hear audio presentation throughout the treatment procedure. Anxiety was measured by using Venham’s picture test. Result and Conclusion: In present study it was found that the Audio distraction was effective in alleviating anxiety of pediatric dental patients.