I had a dentist appointment recently and decided to take a DAVID Delight Plus with me and try out the Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) “Feeling Better” session number 4 – Extended Deep Alpha Relaxer and see how it worked.
I have tried Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES) at 100 Hz before, but this time I wanted to give AVE a chance. I have always had issues with the needles and have tried to think of ways to make it easier to get dental work done.
The dental assistant noticed that I had a different set-up than I had the last time and I explained to her that I was going to give AVE a try and see how it worked for me. I ran the Extended Deep Alpha Relaxer session for 80 minutes before leaving work to head to my appointment. I used the viewhole eyeset so I could still do all my work. I also took the viewhole eyeset with me to the dentist so I could see the dentist and technicians while they were talking to me. When the dentist came in, he was really interested in what I was wearing and doing. I started the session again and really tried to visualize relaxing my body and not tensing up.
I have to say that I had a really good experience and never felt uncomfortable with the needle. I even managed to keep my body quite relaxed which is pretty new for me at a dental visit.
The dentist was really interested in trying out the device, so I put it on him and he thought it was pretty groovy. He also got the dental assistant to try it out.
I will definitely take a Delight Plus or Pro with me to my next appointment and run that session again!
~ Mary-Anne Janewski
Dave Siever's Drug-free Dental Experience:
Dave hasn't used freezing in years for dentist visits.
"I experienced a root canal without freezing. My endodontist seemed to be more nervous about going drug-free than I was. But I had the root canal and it was virtually painless – and the dentist was pleasantly surprised at how successful it went. But what research is there on AVE and CES for dental work? AVE and CES do everything from reducing pain in the dental chair to reducing pain from temporo-mandibular dysfunction (TMD) to keeping the jaw relaxed and preventing damage during dental work. Please click on my dental article and learn more about it". ~ Dave Siever