Application of Hypno-Dissociative Strategies During Dental Treatment of Patients With Severe Dental Phobia

  title={Application of Hypno-Dissociative Strategies During Dental Treatment of Patients With Severe Dental Phobia},
  author={J. Meyerson and N. Uziel},
  journal={International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis},
  pages={179 - 187}
  • J. Meyerson, N. Uziel
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
  • Abstract Dental phobia is a well-known condition that may prevent patients from receiving adequate dental care. Dentists offer varied methods to help their patients overcome their phobic reactions and to enable them to proceed with needed dental treatment. These methods include diverse medical and behavioral interventions that are generally intended to regulate physiological, behavioral, cognitive, and emotional expressions of stress. Some patients with severe dental phobia together with actual… CONTINUE READING
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