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Rostami Amin M, Razaghi P. Using the Self-hypnosis Technique to Create Hypnotic Anesthesia in the Upper and Lower Jaws (Treatment Process Report). JAP 2023; 14 (3) :10-16
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1- Master of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Islamic Azad University, Hamadan, Iran , mhnazrstmyamyn7@gmail.com
2- Dental Research Center, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Medical Sciences, Hamadan, Iran
Abstract:   (215 Views)
The present study aims was to provide a report on the use of self-hypnosis technique to create hypnotic anesthesia in the upper and lower jaw areas for the dental interventions of the researcher.
This researcher visited in the dental clinic at the age of 38 years due to the decay of three teeth. Based on the radiograph, she was required the 3-level composite restoration in the third upper left tooth, 3-level amalgam restoration in the sixth upper left tooth, and 3-level Class II amalgam restoration in the sixth lower right tooth. she entered a deep hypnotic trance utilizing breathing techniques, relaxation, and mental imagery 20 minutes before the above-mentioned teeth cutting and filling. No Anesthetic or hetero - hypnosis method was applied for her. The dentist did not observe any signs of pain on her face and behavior during placing the wedge in the space between the two teeth and their grinding and filling. She herself did not feel any pain. All of the stages of the study were filmed.
The aforementioned technique can be applied as a safe method without side effects in dentistry instead of anesthetic drugs, especially for high-risk groups such as people with high blood pressure, pregnant women, and those with drug sensitivity.
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Type of Study: case report | Subject: Acute pain managment
Received: 2022.08.31 | Accepted: 2023.07.26 | Published: 2023.12.1

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