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The Fearful Dental Patient: A Guide to Understanding and Managing
  • 출판사 WILEY-BLACKWELL
  • 저자
    Arthur A. Weiner
  • ISBN 9780813820842
  • 발행일 2011-01-01
  • 페이지 308 쪽
  • 판형 240 X 170 mm
  • 정가 98,000 원
  • 판매가 98,000 원
  • 적립금 0 원
  • 배송비전국 무료배송 (CJ택배)
  • 배송정보평균 3일이내 발송(토,일,공휴일 제외)
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Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

Contributor List.

 

 

 

1 The basic principles of fear, anxiety, and phobia: past and present

(Arthur A. Weiner).

Introduction.

Major etiological models to explain anxiety.

Behavioral indicators of anxiety.

Nature of dental anxiety.

Echelons of expression.

Timing of dental anxiety.

Severity.

Differentiating psychological (exogenous) anxiety from medical

(endogenous) anxiety.

Natural history of endogenous anxiety.

Phobias.

Causes of phobias.

Summary.

Note.

References.

2 Determinants associated with creating fearful dental patients

(Arthur A. Weiner).

Introduction.

Prevalence of dental fear.

Direct conditioning.

The approach–avoidance conflict theory.

Exploring the literature cataloging the common findings of

each of the determinants of dental fear

Patient control.

Gender, age, socioeconomic, life status determinants of dental fear.

Practitioners’ determinants of dental fear.

Oral health, quality of life, and the impact of dental anxiety.

Summary.

References.

3 Factors affecting the psychological collection and identification of the fearful

dental patient

(Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

 

 

 

Prerequisite components for enhanced communication skills.

Establishing a positive patient–dentist relationship.

Two-way communication.

Accommodating patient–dentist priority differences.

The initial patient–dentist consultation.

Practitioner’s verbal inquiry and collection of past and present history.

Summary.

References.

4 Chairside management of the fearful dental patient:

behavioral modalities and methods

(Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

The concept of the dental practitioner as a “facilitator of change”

Step-by-step chairside model for fear amelioration in

the frightened dental patient.

Chairside management resulting from patient’s consultation

and determinants of fears elicited.

Doctor–patient relationship and its role in reducing anxiety

and gaining treatment acceptance (this section authored by Samuel

shames).

alternative behavior modification and treatment modalities.

References.

5 The pharmacological basis of pain and anxiety control

(Morton Rosenberg and Michael Thompson).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Local anesthesia.

Summary.

References.

6 Hypnosis in dentistry

(Michael A. Gow).

 

 

 

Introduction.

What is hypnosis?

The hypnosis session.

Hypnosis in dentistry—”hypnodontics”

“ Informal” hypnotic techniques in day-to-day dental practice.

An anchoring technique for child dental patients—”the high five anchor”

Conclusions.

Suggested hypnosis societies, training pathways, and contacts for dentists.

References.

7 Management of complicated, high-risk patients with psychiatric comorbidities

(Kelly M. Wawrzyniak and Ronald J. Kulich).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Overview: behavioral science and the complicated patient.

Posttraumatic stress disorder.

Major depressive disorder and related mood disorders.

Chronic pain disorder and related somatoform disorders.

Schizophrenia.

Personality disorders.

Substance use disorders.

Eating disorders.

General management recommendations.

References .

8 Understanding and managing the fearful and anxious child

(Laura Camacho-Castro).

 

 

 

Introduction.

What is new in behavior management?

Birth to 2 years old.

Two years old.

Three to 6 years old—the preschool age.

Six to 12 years old.

The teenage years—adolescence.

When does fear or anxiety first develop in children?

Basic behavior management techniques.

Should the parent remain in the operatory?

Pharmacological management of behavior problems.

9 The geriatric patient: psychophysiological factors associated with aging and dental anxiety

(Kathryn Ragalis and Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Understanding the changes associated with aging.

Managing the risk factors associated with aging.

Summary.

Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

Contributor List.

 

 

 

1 The basic principles of fear, anxiety, and phobia: past and present

(Arthur A. Weiner).

Introduction.

Major etiological models to explain anxiety.

Behavioral indicators of anxiety.

Nature of dental anxiety.

Echelons of expression.

Timing of dental anxiety.

Severity.

Differentiating psychological (exogenous) anxiety from medical

(endogenous) anxiety.

Natural history of endogenous anxiety.

Phobias.

Causes of phobias.

Summary.

Note.

References.

2 Determinants associated with creating fearful dental patients

(Arthur A. Weiner).

Introduction.

Prevalence of dental fear.

Direct conditioning.

The approach–avoidance conflict theory.

Exploring the literature cataloging the common findings of

each of the determinants of dental fear

Patient control.

Gender, age, socioeconomic, life status determinants of dental fear.

Practitioners’ determinants of dental fear.

Oral health, quality of life, and the impact of dental anxiety.

Summary.

References.

3 Factors affecting the psychological collection and identification of the fearful

dental patient

(Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

 

 

 

Prerequisite components for enhanced communication skills.

Establishing a positive patient–dentist relationship.

Two-way communication.

Accommodating patient–dentist priority differences.

The initial patient–dentist consultation.

Practitioner’s verbal inquiry and collection of past and present history.

Summary.

References.

4 Chairside management of the fearful dental patient:

behavioral modalities and methods

(Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

The concept of the dental practitioner as a “facilitator of change”

Step-by-step chairside model for fear amelioration in

the frightened dental patient.

Chairside management resulting from patient’s consultation

and determinants of fears elicited.

Doctor–patient relationship and its role in reducing anxiety

and gaining treatment acceptance (this section authored by Samuel

shames).

alternative behavior modification and treatment modalities.

References.

5 The pharmacological basis of pain and anxiety control

(Morton Rosenberg and Michael Thompson).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Local anesthesia.

Summary.

References.

6 Hypnosis in dentistry

(Michael A. Gow).

 

 

 

Introduction.

What is hypnosis?

The hypnosis session.

Hypnosis in dentistry—”hypnodontics”

“ Informal” hypnotic techniques in day-to-day dental practice.

An anchoring technique for child dental patients—”the high five anchor”

Conclusions.

Suggested hypnosis societies, training pathways, and contacts for dentists.

References.

7 Management of complicated, high-risk patients with psychiatric comorbidities

(Kelly M. Wawrzyniak and Ronald J. Kulich).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Overview: behavioral science and the complicated patient.

Posttraumatic stress disorder.

Major depressive disorder and related mood disorders.

Chronic pain disorder and related somatoform disorders.

Schizophrenia.

Personality disorders.

Substance use disorders.

Eating disorders.

General management recommendations.

References .

8 Understanding and managing the fearful and anxious child

(Laura Camacho-Castro).

 

 

 

Introduction.

What is new in behavior management?

Birth to 2 years old.

Two years old.

Three to 6 years old—the preschool age.

Six to 12 years old.

The teenage years—adolescence.

When does fear or anxiety first develop in children?

Basic behavior management techniques.

Should the parent remain in the operatory?

Pharmacological management of behavior problems.

9 The geriatric patient: psychophysiological factors associated with aging and dental anxiety

(Kathryn Ragalis and Arthur A. Weiner).

 

 

 

Introduction.

Understanding the changes associated with aging.

Managing the risk factors associated with aging.

Summary.

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