Dental Psychology Books/Dental Patient Anxiety
Medical and Dental Hypnosis
your convenience, all books are in alphabetical order by title.
Achieving Oral Health,
(3rd Edition) by G Kent & R Croucher ISBN
0723610576 Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical, Jan. 1998
'Achieving Oral Health' is now in its third edition having been
extensively revised. This well-established book provides an excellent
introduction to the understanding of the role and importance of
psychology in dentistry for undergraduate dental students.
Behavioural Sciences for Dentistry
by G Humphries, M S Ling & A Blinkhorn ISBN
0443051909 Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
$55.95 160 pages, Softcover 55 illus.
Book Description This is a textbook on behavioral
sciences for dental students which offers a balanced approach to the
behavioral issues are that are important in dentistry, both at the
level of the individual patient, (eg. strategies for reducing
anxiety in nervous and phobic patients), and at a broader level in
motivating the population as a whole to adopt a healthier diet.
Hartland's Medical and Dental
Hypnosis (4th Edition) by Michael Heap and Kottiyattil K.
Aravind ISBN 0443072175 Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Jan. 2002 $59.90 (Prices may vary) 521 pages Softcover Out of Print. Click the Amazon "buy" link to buy used copies of this
We have here an extensively revised edition of the highly successful
and comprehensive introductory manual for the use of clinical hypnosis
in medicine and dentistry. It is written for the physician or dentist,
and is made to be clear and practical, presenting high-quality
information that is useful. After exploring the theoretical and
historical background to hypnosis as well as key techniques and
approaches, the book looks at specific clinical situations and
problems in which hypnosis may have an impact, such as anxiety and
pain control, and offers specific practical management guidelines
including possible scripts.
The Special Care Patient, An Issue of Dental Clinics (The Clinics: Dentistry) (Hardcover
By Burton S. Wasserman, DDS, DABSCD
ISBN: 1437704670 Publisher: Saunders; 1 edition (April 2, 2009)
$99.00 240 pages Hardcover (This book is also found under
A comprehensive and important issue devoted to the special needs
dental patient! Topics will include dental treatment planning, the
anxious or phobic patient, oral and general sedation, treatment of
mentally disabled patients, management of older patients with
neurologic disease, seizure disorders, management of HIV patients, a
review of cerebral palsy, management of children with challenging
behaviors, patient learning and home oral health efforts, and much
The books on this page are about dealing with
anxiety and other patient issues connected with psychology. They are for
practicing dentists who want to further their knowledge, or they may be
purchased by dental students as dental school textbooks. These are books and
textbooks from America's Dental Bookstore.