Learn to Smile Again
Overcome Dental Phobia
Dental treatment has come a long way in terms of pain control, management of disease and decay and aesthetic results. It was only a generation or two ago that teeth were removed and replaced by dentures in young adults to save them the pain of decay. And braces were the badge of the plain, buck- toothed child who suffered the discomfort and indignity of tight wires and teasing.
Dentists these days are highly trained to avoid hurting you. They have equipment and medication designed to create and maintain healthy, shiny, attractive teeth and gums. But the horror of tortures past commonly keeps us away from the dentist’s chair until the agony of neglect overcomes the fear.
A sufferer of dental phobia who avoids treatment because of trauma when they were a toddler will be eating pureed baby food as pensioners if they don’t learn to overcome their dental fear. The fleeting discomfort during treatment is nothing compared to chronic pain or the confidence-crushing grimace of a rotten smile.
Karen’s self hypnosis downloads help you to make necessary changes in your habits and behaviour as well as dissociate, desensitise and de-construct your fears so you can learn to smile again.