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By Lars-Göran Öst, Erik Skaret (eds.)
The first publication to explain evidence-based therapy of dental phobia utilizing short CBT, in line with the pioneering single-session therapy for particular phobias constructed via Lars-Goran Ost.
- Brings jointly learn, event and strategies from scientific psychology and dentistry to explain evidence-based remedy of dental phobia in medical and dental contexts
- Chapters describe epidemiology, analysis and differential analysis, indicators, medical features and outcomes, and aetiology of dental phobia
- Also covers comparable matters together with intra-oral injection phobia, dental therapy of anxious youngsters, and using medicine to complement mental remedy of fear
Chapter 1 indicators, scientific features and effects (pages 1–19): Magnus Hakeberg and Jesper Lundgren
Chapter 2 history Description and Epidemiology (pages 21–31): Magne Raadal and Erik Skaret
Chapter three review of Dental Phobia and Anxiety (pages 33–44): Kristin Haukebo and Margrethe Vika
Chapter four Aetiology of Dental Phobia (pages 45–61): Tiril Willumsen, Kristin Haukebo and Magne Raadal
Chapter five Intra?Oral Injection Phobia (pages 63–78): Margrethe Vika and Maren Lillehaug Agdal
Chapter 6 Dental nervousness in teenagers and youngsters (pages 79–88): Gunilla Klingberg
Chapter 7 Cognitive Behaviour remedy (pages 89–107): Lars?Goran Ost and David M. Clark
Chapter eight Multimodal Cognitive Behavioural therapy (pages 109–118): Jesper Lundgren and Ulla broad Boman
Chapter nine One?Session therapy of Dental Phobia (pages 119–134): Lars?Goran Ost
Chapter 10 The mixed remedy (pages 135–152): Erik Skaret
Chapter eleven Dental remedy below Sedation (pages 153–162): Magne Raadal
Chapter 12 results of Cognitive Behavioural remedies (pages 163–182): Lars?Goran Ost and Gerd Kvale
Chapter thirteen varied remedy ways in numerous Cultures and Health?Care platforms (pages 183–199): Peter Milgrom,, Lisa J. Heaton and J. Timothy Newton
Chapter 14 Prevention of Dental Phobia (pages 201–220): Erik Skaret and Magne Raadal
Chapter 15 destiny study and purposes (pages 221–229): Lars?Goran Ost and Erik Skaret
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Current diagnoses are assessed as well as the lifetime prevalence for a few of them. One can use the section concerning the anxiety disorders to arrive at the diagnosis of specific phobia and at the same time achieve an evaluation of relevant differential diagnoses: panic disorder with agoraphobia, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. It divides the severity of the phobia into three categories (mild, moderate and severe), as well as the course of the disorder (partial remission, full remission and fully restituted).
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