Dental Phobia

dental phobia

Now in its 30th year of development, Thought Field Therapy can help you with your dental phobia.

You can enjoy several benefits with this unique treatment with its 100% money back guarantee.

You will no longer require sedation when you visit the dentist.

This process has helped hundreds of people world-wide and now you too can benefit.

TFT can also help with other fears and phobias.

There are several reasons that people develop a fear of visiting their dentist.

Fear of Anesthetics

A very small number of people are allergic to anesthetics and so this may cause concern for those being anesthetized for the first time.

Some people are nervous about a local anesthetic and the discomfort of the numbness, or perhaps the fear of being unable to communicate with the dentist during treatment.

Many people fear waking prematurely from the anesthetic but dentists employ skilled anesthetists  who are 100% proficient in administering the correct dosage for the treatment.

v Fear of needles

Phobias can induce many involuntary reactions such as a dry mouth, palpitations, sweating, trembling, over-breathing, feeling dizzy and light-headed, panic attacks, feeling sick and even fainting.  All of these additional symptoms are common for people with phobias and make it difficult for dentists to treat them unless they can help them to bring their phobia under control.

v Fear of ‘The diagnosis’

Discovering what or how much dental work needs to be done can be difficult for some people to deal with. If you have avoided visiting your dentist for a long time, you may be afraid of hearing that you need an extensive treatment plan.

The truth is; most people are pleasantly surprised at how little treatment they need, even after a long absence from the denist.

v Fear of choking

For some, the fear of choking can be linked to the trauma of previous abuse or violence, or perhaps even a traumatic episode such as almost drowning. Limited diets or food aversions can induce gagging or the fear of choking.

Some people may have a hyper awareness of swallowing saliva generally.

Some people may have a hyper awareness of swallowing saliva generally. Although this is a natural process that most of us do without thinking about, some people develop a phobia or gag reflex because they become conscious of swallowing. This can make it difficult to relax during dental treatment.

v Fear of powerlessness

Giving over control of oneself to the dentist is something that many people have great difficulty with, especially if they are accustomed to being in control of their environment, and making decisions. This makes them difficult patients and the dentist must be aware of how clearly and quickly they communicate and respond to such patients.

A controlling personality may also indicate other issues and fears which they are masking by being demanding.

v  Fear of the drill

Not all phobias are related to complex dental work. Some people develop a phobia of the dentist’s drill from the childhood experience of having a cavity filled following toothache, and for them, the two experiences become inextricably linked.

Fear of the drill is the main phobia that dentists are familiar with. So, if your dentist is sympathetic you are more likely to feel comfortable with them.

v Fear of visiting the dentist

The biggest challenge to a dentist is a patient who is unable to identify precisely what their fear is.  This makes the phobia more difficult to understand and manage, and is often the case when the phobia is rooted in a distant childhood memory. The patient does not necessarily need to be consciously aware of the memory for it to influence their behaviour as an adult.

This is a problem for many in their early forties who struggled for years with the thought of visiting the dentist. In many ways, their phobia became more powerful because they didn’t fully understand where the fear stemmed from. Rather than trying to understand their phobia, they chose to ignore it and as the fear grew the likelihood of visiting their dentist diminished.

The sight sounds and smells of the dental practice proved to be powerful environment triggers even though they could not identify why. But as adults, simply evoking these associated sensory images, were enough to provoke feelings of heightened anxiety, even panic.

v Fear of embarrassment

Often, poor dental hygiene is a result of people moving away from their local dentist. Struggling to find a new dentist with whom they feel equally comfortable and able to explain their fears to can be difficult. For patients also suffering from a dental phobia, this can prove even more stressful.

Often only 1 treatment is sufficient to treat any of these fears

We have made it easy for you to be free of your fears and able to smile with CONFIDENCE again with this unique cutting edge treatment.

We listened to all the suggestions from our phobic patients and designed a strategy that is now specific to your needs!

It will cover every situation from simple anxieties to the most fearful.

Manage your dental phobia with this easy technique

  • You will smile confidently as your general well being is greatly enhanced.
  • Be the real you again.
  • Never fear visiting your dentist again.
  • Banish old memories of bad experiences.

The ULTIMATE “Solution to your Dental Phobia”



Fear and Anxiety in the Dental Office

This technique will teach you how to deal with your dental phobia.

Here is what our customers are saying:

“I had my dental problems for 25 years, I even had nightmare dreams about this ,when under sedation I use to fight and be abusive with dentist, until the dentist said he could not treat me .

After a treatment of the therapy, I was able to have a root canal treatment without sedation. The dentist said I was the easiest treatment he has done , I feel over the moon , no more nightmare , more confident , heavy burden lifted, and it just feel natural to have treatment at the dentist.”

Ann, London

Having a great fear of dentists since childhood, I was skeptical to try any form

of treatment other than  sedation. After trying TFT therapy, i was able sit through treatment feeling more relaxed and confident without sedation,I would

recommend anyone who has a similar problem to try it,”

sally Robert