Children are not young adults, their behavior, attitude, ability to understand, imagination, logical thinking, reasoning, etc. vary considerably from that of adults and also amongst the children themselves. Child is in dynamic state of growth and development, whereas the adult is in the static state. Behavior management is widely agreed to be a key factor in the care of children in Pediatric Dentistry. Behavior management techniques are meant to reduce the need for excessive and unsafe use of medications. There is evidence to indicate that an integration of good behavioural techniques leads to better results, lessened drug requirements, greater patient safety and reduced side-effects. Present review of literature focus to outline various behaviour management techniques used in pediatric dentistry.