By Lars-Göran Öst, Erik Skaret
The first publication to explain evidence-based remedy of dental phobia utilizing short CBT, in response to the pioneering single-session therapy for particular phobias constructed by means of Lars-Göran Öst.
- Brings jointly learn, adventure and methods from medical psychology and dentistry to explain evidence-based therapy of dental phobia in medical and dental contexts
- Chapters describe epidemiology, analysis and differential analysis, indicators, medical features and results, and aetiology of dental phobia
- Also covers comparable concerns together with intra-oral injection phobia, dental therapy of worried young children, and using medicine to complement mental therapy of fear
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G. referral to a special clinic, major social support from family and friends or other important life events. , De Jongh, Ad, Makkes, Peter C. and Hoogstraten, Johan (2000). Dental anxiety reduction and dental attendance: A two-year follow-up study. Journal of Dental Research 79: 145–5. , Berggren, Ulf, Hakeberg, Magnus and Carlsson, Sven G. (2003). The importance of dental beliefs for the outcome of dental-fear treatment. European Journal of Oral Sciences 111: 99–105. , Raadal, Magne, Skaret, Erik and Kvale, Gerd (2008).
Examples of projective scales that are used among children are the Venham Picture Scale (Venham and Gaulin-Kremer 1979) and the Facial Image Scale (Buchanan and Niven 2002). g. heart rate, basal skin response, muscle tension) are usually restricted to specific test situations. Prevalence The prevalence of dental anxiety has been explored in a variety of populations and cultures during the last 30 years (for review see Klingberg and Broberg 2007; Smith and Heaton 2003). Results from the literature review by Smith and Heaton (2003), indicates stability in dental anxiety scores over time.
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