Hypnosis in dentistry has a psychotherapeutic purpose. Using the patients’ mental capabilities to help them shift the focus from a perception to another, reducing:

  1. Anxiety
  2. Fear
  3. Perception of pain

The induction takes place with a verbal technique that keeps the patient conscious, alert and active in his conversation with the dentist.
It is particularly effective to:

  1. Reduce anxiety
  2. Eliminate the phobia of the dentist
  3. Eliminate the needle phobia
  4. Obtain analgesia and anesthesia by reducing or abolishing the use of anesthetic in patients at risk (diabetics, hypertensive patients)
  5. Eliminate the feeling of claustrophobia
  6. Keep the gag reflex under control
  7. Reduce salivary secretion
  8. Immobilize the tongue
  9. Eliminate bruxism
  10. Eliminate facial and temporomandibular pains