We can also offer Hypnotherapy for phobic patients who may have suffered previous bad experiences which prevent them from accessing the dental care they need. Hypnosis in the clinical setting is an incredibly powerful tool which is very effective at working towards rationalising irrational fears. Treatment usually involves three sessions. This includes an initial consultation where a full history of the problem is taken to tailor-make the subsequent sessions. Hypnosis can be used for a variety of dental complaints including needle phobia, bruxism (tooth grinding), and hypersensitive gag-reflex.
Benefits of Hypnotherapy
- Learn to feel relaxed and confident in the dentists chair.
- Eliminate dental anxiety and nervousness. No longer will you be scared to visit your dentist regularly.
- Overcome lifelong fears and phobias of dental treatments.
- Control gag reflex, salivation and teeth grinding more easily.
- Can be used in conjunction with other forms of intravenous or oral sedation.
For a variety of reasons patients can feel high levels of anxiety and stress when visiting the dentist. Using hypnotherapy, we are able to help patients overcome their fears and treat them in a safe, comfortable and highly relaxed state.
Yes. With over 2000 clinical and dental studies conducted, hypnotherapy has proved to be a safe and effective way for nervous patients to be treated. Additionally hypnosis is ideal for relieving the symptoms of a number of medical, dental and behavioural issues.
Hypnotherapy is clinically proven to aid in pain relief management in both dental and medical applications. It is so effective that it can even replace topical anaesthetics for minor surgery and dental procedures. The length of treatment will vary depending on the nature and severity of the problem. Hypnotherapy is one tool that can be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment.
Hypnotherapy has no “typical” feeling and everyone experiences it differently. Many people experience a very relaxed and pleasant state of mind, and are surprised at how “normal and natural” hypnotherapy feels.