Can hypnosis really help dental issues?

You are probably very aware of how hypnosis can manage and reduce anxiety as well as better control your habits and help with the management of pain. The factors influencing each issue listed below often centre around these areas. In this context, it becomes evident that hypnosis can play a valuable role in addressing these various dental concerns and more: Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) Tongue Thrusting Tongue Biting Cheek Biting Gagging TMJ (Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders) Fear of Blood Fear of Dentists Fear of Needles Pain Management Excessive Bleeding Excessive swallowing/Salvation Improving Oral Hygiene Habits

Unlocking the Power of Hypnosis for Dental Wellness: The

knock-on Effects of Doing Nothing

The primary concern with the above issues lies in their potential to cause irreparable damage. The intrinsic value of your original enamel cannot be overstated, given that enamel, devoid of living cells, lacks the ability to regenerate. The act of grinding exacerbates this process, worsening the damage to enamel. It's crucial to recognize that once enamel is compromised, it cannot be restored naturally, emphasising the importance of addressing these issues to preserve your dental health. Many of these issues will have knock-on effects to your body and mind. Your fear or phobia of the dental surgery can of course lead to poor dental hygiene. Beyond that, teeth grinding can lead to neck and shoulder pain as well as headaches and sleep disturbance which could result in insomnia. Cheek or tongue biting can lead to soft tissue damage and oral infections which in turn can impact health eating habits or even introduce speech impediments. All of which impact on your mental health. It's important to note that while hypnosis can be a valuable complement to traditional dental care, it should not replace professional dental advice or treatment. Always consult with your dental professionals to ensure comprehensive care tailored to your individual needs.

Hypnosis is a cost effective option

Gum shields and mouth guards can be effective preventatives, but their limitations lie in not addressing the underlying unconscious behaviour. More concerning is the fact that they are often neglected even when prescribed. Many clients seek my assistance after investing in these items, only to find they are uncomfortable to wear while trying to sleep. For those who diligently use them, the continuous biting down often results in their destruction over time. Hypnosis offers a solution in many cases, allowing individuals to overcome the core issue without the need for dental surgery or facing a needle. Moreover, should a dental visit become necessary, hypnosis is highly effective in alleviating fears and anxieties related to dentists, dental drills, or needles. Where hypnosis has been used for pain management it has been shown that recovery times are also faster, requiring less medication and time to get back on with life. This ensures a more comfortable and enjoyable experience when attending your dental practice.

Beyond Normal Thinking

These are all issues that stem from unconscious thinking and are thus beyond the scope of CBT or other traditional talk therapies. Hypnosis enables you to access what is the root of the issue and to recognise that there are better ways to manage what you are doing - redirecting old habits in new ways. Carefully crafted suggestions free you from what you are doing, allowing you to create new and more effective behaviours. Read how local Web blogger, Shannon, overcame teeth grinding over on the testimonials page.
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Eating Disorders and Dental Issues

Finally, while eating disorders may not at first thought be linked to dental issue they cause, as with many issues above, irreparable damage to teeth, due to the damage cause by stomach acid. It is often the pain and discomfort related to dental complications that first causes patients to consult with a health professional. Dentists are often the first health professionals to observe signs and symptoms of eating disorders. Hypnosis can help with a range of eating disorders.

Make the move and ask about Hypnosis

The list is not definitive, if you have a dental issue that you would like to discuss with me then please go to my contact page and call, e-mail or simply use the web form to get in touch and talk to me today about how hypnosis can help you. Please be assured that if I do not know the answer I will make that clear and direct you to your dental practitioner for help. While I am based in Northern Ireland, I service not only Belfast, but also covering all Northern Ireland.

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Hypnosis

Discover a transformative approach to dental

well-being through the power of hypnosis

Your mind has the ability to shape how you experience anxiety, handle pain, and navigate habits. By tapping into these mental resources, hypnosis becomes a valuable tool in ensuring your overall dental journey is a pleasant one. If you’re ready, contact me now - click Let’s Talk, or read on for more information.
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Being in control of Pain

Hypnosis is effective for pain control. The video below, provides a demonstration of how someone can experience analgesia. This basically means you can feel the dentist touching you but you will not experience any pain.
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Can hypnosis really help dental

issues?

You are probably very aware of how hypnosis can manage and reduce anxiety as well as better control your habits and help with the management of pain. The factors influencing each issue listed below often centre around these areas. In this context, it becomes evident that hypnosis can play a valuable role in addressing these various dental concerns and more: Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) Tongue Thrusting Tongue Biting Cheek Biting Gagging TMJ (Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders) Fear of Blood Fear of Dentists Fear of Needles Pain Management Excessive Bleeding Excessive swallowing/Salvation Improving Oral Hygiene Habits

Unlocking the Power of

Hypnosis for Dental Wellness:

The knock-on Effects of Doing

Nothing

The primary concern with the above issues lies in their potential to cause irreparable damage. The intrinsic value of your original enamel cannot be overstated, given that enamel, devoid of living cells, lacks the ability to regenerate. The act of grinding exacerbates this process, worsening the damage to enamel. It's crucial to recognize that once enamel is compromised, it cannot be restored naturally, emphasising the importance of addressing these issues to preserve your dental health. Many of these issues will have knock-on effects to your body and mind. Your fear or phobia of the dental surgery can of course lead to poor dental hygiene. Beyond that, teeth grinding can lead to neck and shoulder pain as well as headaches and sleep disturbance which could result in insomnia. Cheek or tongue biting can lead to soft tissue damage and oral infections which in turn can impact health eating habits or even introduce speech impediments. All of which impact on your mental health. It's important to note that while hypnosis can be a valuable complement to traditional dental care, it should not replace professional dental advice or treatment. Always consult with your dental professionals to ensure comprehensive care tailored to your individual needs.

Hypnosis is a cost effective

option

Gum shields and mouth guards can be effective preventatives, but their limitations lie in not addressing the underlying unconscious behaviour. More concerning is the fact that they are often neglected even when prescribed. Many clients seek my assistance after investing in these items, only to find they are uncomfortable to wear while trying to sleep. For those who diligently use them, the continuous biting down often results in their destruction over time. Hypnosis offers a solution in many cases, allowing individuals to overcome the core issue without the need for dental surgery or facing a needle. Moreover, should a dental visit become necessary, hypnosis is highly effective in alleviating fears and anxieties related to dentists, dental drills, or needles. Where hypnosis has been used for pain management it has been shown that recovery times are also faster, requiring less medication and time to get back on with life. This ensures a more comfortable and enjoyable experience when attending your dental practice.

Beyond Normal Thinking

These are all issues that stem from unconscious thinking and are thus beyond the scope of CBT or other traditional talk therapies. Hypnosis enables you to access what is the root of the issue and to recognise that there are better ways to manage what you are doing - redirecting old habits in new ways. Carefully crafted suggestions free you from what you are doing, allowing you to create new and more effective behaviours. Read how local Web blogger, Shannon, overcame teeth grinding over on the testimonials page.
iamge of blog on someones first experence with hypnosis
Link to Hypnodontics World

Eating Disorders and Dental

Issues

Finally, while eating disorders may not at first thought be linked to dental issue they cause, as with many issues above, irreparable damage to teeth, due to the damage cause by stomach acid. It is often the pain and discomfort related to dental complications that first causes patients to consult with a health professional. Dentists are often the first health professionals to observe signs and symptoms of eating disorders. Hypnosis can help with a range of eating disorders.

Make the move and ask about

Hypnosis

The list is not definitive, if you have a dental issue that you would like to discuss with me then please go to my contact page and call, e- mail or simply use the web form to get in touch and talk to me today about how hypnosis can help you. Please be assured that if I do not know the answer I will make that clear and direct you to your dental practitioner for help. While I am based in Northern Ireland, I service not only Belfast, but also covering all Northern Ireland.

Registered

Hypnodontics

Hypnosis Practitioner

Click Logo to view Hypnodontics World website
image of dentists

Feel

Good

Dental

Hypnosis

Discover a transformative approach to dental

well-being through the power of hypnosis

Your mind has the ability to shape how you experience anxiety, handle pain, and navigate habits. By tapping into these mental resources, hypnosis becomes a valuable tool in ensuring your overall dental journey is a pleasant one. If you’re ready, contact me now - click Let’s Talk, or read on for more information.
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Being in control of Pain

Hypnosis is effective for pain control. The video below, provides a demonstration of how someone can experience analgesia. This basically means you can feel the dentist touching you but you will not experience any pain.
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In the right place?

If so, read on, or check out the other hypnotherapy sections
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Quick Contact Me:

By E-Mail: Turan@feel-good.today By Phone: Office: 028 94 45 34 77 Mobile: 077 53 23 41 77
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