There is nothing more appealing than a happy smile, with good, strong, healthy, white teeth they are always a big part of a persons appeal.

Fear of visiting the dentist is a completely understandable human emotion.

A survey carried out by the British Dental Association found that fear of the dentist affects one in four people, 25 % of the population. A visit to the dentist is always approached with concern who ever it may be. For some however the worry about injections, possibly gagging, fear of drilling, feeling discomfort or not being in control has stopped them from attending a dentist for a long period of time.

This can result in:

  • Tooth decay
  • Bad breath,
  • Tooth ache
  • Disfigurement of the mouth and face
  • Oral infections (gum disease, abscesses)

Nobody enjoys going to the dentist. Maybe the sounds and smells bring back memories of bad experiences as a child, or the thought that having treatment will hurt.

If you have a fear of the dentist, chances are you  have rehearsed a worst case scenario many times in your mind, allowing your thoughts to increase this negativity.

Hypnotherapy could help before and during your visit to the dentist.

With hypnotherapy we can help you change your thought patterns to feeling more confident, calm and in control. Help take the tension out of the body, change the rapid shallow breathing to a more natural state, and to help quieten the mind.

Helping you to create a much more positive experience in your mind and a more pleasant experience when visiting the dentist.

Hypnotherapy could help you to make this change.

Often, the hardest part of overcoming a phobia / fear is getting started. Once you have decide to take the first step and seek the correct support, it can be surprising how quickly fear can drift away.

For more information on hypnotherapy or to book an appointment, please contact Bob on 01925 860892 or 07507 013283 or email bob@hypnotherapyhorizons.com

Warrington, Widnes, Stockton Heath, Frodsham, Runcorn, Lymm, and Kingsley

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