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This Technique is Changing Dentists’ Practices and their Patients’ Lives

 

 

Dental Hypnosis – two day certification course for Dental Practitioners 

Certification: by HypnoDontics World

includes one year free membership/marketing as a Certified HypnoDontics Dental Professional

Who should attend:

Dentists, Orthodontists, Dental Nursing staff, Oral Hygienists, Dental Technicians

Why attend this course?

This is a unique opportunity to train with the world hypnosis expert and author “HypnoDontics: A Manual for Dentists and Hypnotists” published 2015 in the first trainings outside USA and Middle East.

Medical professionals are becoming interested in the mind/body connection, particularly as it relates to healing and pain management. Side effects and immunities to the effectiveness of pain medications make it difficult to treat patients with pharmaceuticals, hypnosis is making a resurgence in medical protocol.

In 1986, Dr. Earl Bakken defined cyberphysiology as the study of how neurally mediated autonomic responses can be modified by a learning process. Hypnosis is a cyberphysiologic strategy that enables the patient to develop voluntary control of certain physiologic processes. Several studies have examined the effectiveness of hypnosis in both acute and chronic pain management and it is becoming more and more acceptable and mainstream.

This is your next step in mental-dental competencies.

Grabbing this opportunity to be amongst the leaders and prominent thinkers in your profession takes you into a leadership role. Not only your patients benefit but you benefit as your stress levels reduce with happier, more relaxed patients and your own use of self-hypnosis.

Course Content:

·         The Early History of Dentistry and Hypnotic Techniques

·         Examples of Dental Training in Hypnosis

·         Dental Anxiety Defined             

·         Anxiety vs. Fear & Phobia         

·         Measuring Dental Anxiety & Common Causes of Dental Anxiety      

·         The Steps and Flowchart of Process to Hypnosis  

·         Building Rapport inc Self, staff, environment & before visit

·         Hypnotic words to use & words/phrases to avoid

·         Hypnosis Inductions (Rapid and Instant) - Demonstration & Practice

·         Hypnotic Deepeners, to Somnabulism, analgesia and anesthesia - Demonstration & Practice

·         Importance of Convincers & Testing - Demonstration & Practice

·         Emerging Patients

·         Working with phobic patients inc. Agoraphobia, Claustrophobia, Fear of Needles, smells, “drills” etc      

·         Pain Control  - Demonstration & Practice

·         Hypnosis for Gum Health and blood control

·         Hypnosis Techniques with Children

·         A Word on Scripts, Script Samples          

·         How to locate and work with a Certified Hypnotist

·         Chairside Stress Reducers/Self Hypnosis for Dentists -  Demonstration & Practice

·         Course summary, and the next step

 

 

NOTE: Three days certification course on Hypnosis to be done to join Hypnodontics course as the course happening here is for Hypnotherapist the criteria is for you to be a HYPNOTIST. Call us or mail us for our Hypnotist course.

 

 

Dental Hypnosis – two day certification course for Hypnotists

Certification: by HypnoDontics World includes one year free membership/marketing as a Certified HypnoDontics Dental Professional

WHO SHOULD ATTEND . . .

Hypnotists looking for ways to expand their scope of your practice

This course is for all levels of practicing Consulting Hypnotists who are looking for new ways to raise their professional profile and increase their income. The techniques you’ll learn and fine-tune in this Hypnodontics course are easily expanded into other client issues, and the practice sessions will instill increased confidence so you can easily integrate these skills into the rest of your hypnotic work.

Why attend this course?

Medical professionals are becoming interested in the mind/body connection, particularly as it relates to healing and pain management. Side effects and immunities to pain medications make it difficult to treat patients with pharmaceuticals, hypnosis is making a resurgence in medical protocol.

You get a chance to learn from the world expert and author, awarded for excellence in the hypnosis profession.

Dentists are looking for you, and dentists are the most open to HypnoDontics.

This is a unique opportunity to train with the world expert author “HypnoDontics: A Manual for Dentists and Hypnotists” published 2015 in the first trainings outside USA and Middle East.

80% of all people grow up affected by dental anxiety. Anxiety based in infant imprinting, negative dental experiences, exaggerated “horror” stories from childhood friends, control issues. Even from psychological or mental abuse originating outside the dental office, or from a general fear of needles and medical procedures.

Dental professional associations also recognize that as many as half the 80% avoid dental care until their teeth hurt more than they imagine the dentist will. That’s quite a client list for you, if only you knew how to approach them!

This cycle of dental avoidance not only jeopardizes physical health (e.g. stomach issues) but it also leads people to avoid social events and work opportunities due to poor self-image … and when forced to seek dental work, they’ve waited so long that invasive treatment is required. And that can reinforce their fear of dentistry!

During this compressed, interactive, and easily absorbed 2-day course, you’ll learn how to jump-start your practice offering help with issues such as dental anxiety, bruxism, TMJ, bulimia, vomiting, reflux and more

Your clients will happily leave the dentist’s office, after seeing you, wondering what they were so worried about all those lost years. Talk about word of mouth! Once they learn to smile again, your clients will never forget you, will enthusiastically recommend you to their friends, and to their dentist!

Once the dentist sees how easily clients overcome dental anxiety, they’ll readily approach you to explore other life-changing experiences to improve other aspects of their patients’ lives. And in this course you will learn how to approach dentists.

You Will Learn . . .

·         How to identify the differences between dental anxiety, fear, and phobia and how to measure them while recognizing the most common types of dental anxiety.

·         How to use Elman techniques “Regression to Cause”, and “Parts Therapy” efficaciously.

·         The precautions of pain removal while also enhancing and accelerating the client’s natural self-healing abilities.

·         Time-tested techniques for incorporating creative visualization for maximum results while reinforcing those.

·         How to teach the client (and dentist) increased self-confidence using self-hypnosis.

·         The secret to leapfrogging your specialty hypnodontic services into a busy, full service practice.

·         How to facilitate hypnotic techniques to overcome gagging, to restrict or increase bleeding and salivary flow, and how to guide clients to eliminate teeth grinding (bruxism).

·         How to determine the most effective ways to market your professional services to generate large numbers of referrals from the clients you treat and dentists you work with.

·         Ways to structure a dental training program for both the dental practitioner and their staff that supports and reinforces their work “chairside.”

Course Content:

·         The Early History of Dentistry and Hypnotic Techniques

·         Dave Elman’s work in Dental Training in Hypnosis

·         Dental Anxiety vs. Fear & Phobia             

·         Measuring Dental Anxiety & Common Causes of Dental Anxiety      

·         The Impact of Dental Anxiety on Patients Daily Life             

·         Impact of Poor Dental Health on Overall Health

·         Hypnotic words to use & words/phrases to avoid

·         Hypnosis Inductions (Rapid and Instant) and practice

·         Hypnotic Deepeners, to Somnabulism, analgesia and anesthesia

·         Importance of Convincers & Testing

·         Emerging Patients

·         Regression to Cause (R2c)

·         Prts Therapy

·         Working with phobias  inc. Agoraphobia, Claustrophobia, Fear of Needles, smells, “drills” etc   

·         Pain Control 

·         Hypnosis for Dental Surgery

·         Hypnosis for Gum Health and blood control

·         Stress Synopsis            

·         Cardiovasular Issues and Dentistry          

·         Hypnosis techniques with Children inc. Finger Sucking, Tongue Thrusting, Nail Biting, cleft lip.  

·         Getting the word out to Dentists

·         Your 30-Second Elevator Speech

·         A Word on Scripts, Script Samples          

·         Course summary, and the next step

 

 


 COURSE CONTENT

The course includes the following main topics:
- Alleviate dental anxiety and phobia in patients
- Ease pain and discomfort in patients
- Improve patient compliance for dental procedures
- Boost attendance for check-ups and cleaning
- Reduce/ eliminate needle phobia
- Increase patient satisfaction
- Improve staff well-being due to increased cooperation of patients

Advanced Hypnodontics Course (1 Day)
Graduates of the foundation course or with previous hypnodontics training are eligible to attend the advanced course to increase their skills in dental hypnosis.

The course includes the following main topics
- Hypnoanalgesia for anaesthetic averse patients
- Reduction/elimination of pain and discomfort during and after dental procedures
- Improvement of haemostasis during dental procedures
- Hypnosis for dental patients with severe dental anxiety and phobia
- Stress management for dental personnel
- Hypnosis to reduce/ eliminate gagging
- Hypnosis for bruxism

 

Self-hypnosis Techniques for Dental Procedures

 It`s important to understand the psychology of pain. The purpose of pain is to get one`s attention; in fact, 80 to 90 percent of pain is actually the brain amplifying the signal. Once the attention is focused away from the cause, the amplification is no longer necessary and the pain decreases. Understanding this can assist you in helping your clients or even yourself if you are having a dental procedure.

 The use of relaxation during a dental procedure can be accomplished through self-hypnosis. It is known that people who meditate are able to control pain and discomfort 70 to 80 percent better than those who do not so I recommend practicing these techniques before the trip to the dentist as a way to train the brain. Some patients are so good at this that they have had extractions (even wisdom teeth) without the aid of medication. Teaching self-hypnosis techniques will help your clients. Here are 5 basic techniques that you can quickly and easily teach your clients and use yourself:

 (1) Gazing - Select a small object in the room and stare at it. Keep your eyes soft and just notice it. This is a something we did naturally as children. The more you practice this the more your brain learns how to do this. You can let the object go in or out of focus or look beyond the object.

 (2) Breath-counting meditation - Have your clients count each exhale. Tell them that if their mind wanders, just begin again starting at the beginning number.. The object is not to see how many breaths you can count, but to keep the mind focused on something other than the procedure. I used this method once when the Xylocaine local anesthetic was wearing off and I had to take my mind off of the suturing.

 (3) Mantra repetition - Instruct your client to repeat a healing phrase, such as "I am relaxed and feeling fine. Every moment feeling better and better" to themselves. This has the added benefit of increasing your natural healing ability.

 (4) There is another technique called "Feeling Focusing." that was created to help children deal with fear. (This can be used with adults also) The child locates where the anxiety in their body. Then you tell them to breathe deeply and to keep their attention focused on that spot. Again, if their minds wander, simply instruct them to bring their attention back to the spot where the anxiety is. If the feeling moves, have them follow it. The anxiety will begin to fade and disappear. Simply remind them to focus their attention on the feeling every minute (or how often you need to) and to continue to breathe deeply.

 (5) Go to a safe place, real or imagined, and take in all aspects of that place. See what you would see, hear what you would hear, feel what you would feel and smell what you would smell. Allow you image to be a vivid as possible.


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