This book, the trainings and techniques are changing the relationships between dentists and hypnotherapists as well as their patients’ lives.


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Dental Apprehension is costly in time, money and emotions. It affects not only the image of dentistry but the experience of oral health for everybody.
Janet Crain


“A Life changing book and training … making dentistry a pleasant journey for everyone.
A couple of years ago I contacted Beryl to buy the Hypnodontics book out of curiosity, but what I discovered was a wealth of information and knowledge that is life changing for hypnotherapists, dentists and clients alike. Then I attended the Hypnodontics book study on zoom in 2020. I will not be exaggerating if I said this training will get you benefits on all levels from practical techniques and real stories, to networking with professionals from all around the globe. Thank you Beryl for being always there for support”

Daniel Ghanime

Beirut, Lebanon

I’ve read your book, and it’s amazing. I have used hypnosis with my clients and the results have been fantastic… I’ve been using hypnosis since 2012 and I’m very excited about it.

Maximillian Almeida, Brazil

Dental Practitioner

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Welcome to the information and training portal having an impact on Dentistry and Hypnotherapy world wide.

What is HypnoDontics and how can it help me?

Hypnodontics is the application of hypnosis techniques to dental practice and dental issues. There are techniques which dentists use to relax their patient (including waking hypnosis) and minimize pain, blood loss, during and after procedures. Hypnotherapists use techniques for deeper (often long term issues) for which dentists will refer their patients e.g. fears and phobias, bruxism, gagging, hygiene habits.

In addition there are special techniques for working with children.

Uses of Hypnosis for Dental Patients:

Elimination of the patient’s tension, anxiety or fear of pain and related discomfort.

Elimination of fears: dentists, dental procedures, agoraphobia.

Accustoming the patient to orthodontic or prosthetic appliances after the patient has agreed to them.

Maintenance of the patient’s comfort during long and arduous periods of dental work.

Reduction of anesthesia (numbing) or analgesia (pain relieving medication) during dental procedures.

Reduction of blood loss and bleeding during and after surgery.

Substitution for, or in combination with pre-medication (i.e., topical)

Prevention of gagging and nausea and control of salivary flow and bleeding.

Increased rapidity of post-procedure healing.

Modification of unwanted dental habits, such as:

bruxism, the unconscious grinding of teeth.

poor dental hygiene issues.

gagging and/or vomiting issues.

And let’s not forget…

Elimination of the dental practitioners’ stresses and anxieties.


What is Hypnosis and how can it help me?

The word “hypnotherapy” is actually a combination of two words: Hypnosis and therapy.

It’s a complementary therapy that exploits the power of hypnosis to introduce positive change and positive suggestions into your unconscious mind (the part that has been resisting change).

With the right suggestions, it’s possible to alter:

The way you think

The way you feel

The way you behave

And that’s why hypnotherapy is such a effective tool for change. Because if you can change your thoughts, your feelings, and your behaviors, you can overcome any obstacles. You can tackle things that once seemed impossible.

In addition, working with a certified professional hypnotherapist can help with every one of the following:






Anger Management


Eating Disorders

Confidence Building



Anxiety Relief

Performance Issues



Studying Habits

Exam Nerves


Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD)

Fears & Phobias

Pain Management

Sexual Issues




Sleep Disorders

Stress Reduction

Eating Habits

Weight Loss

That’s quite list, and it works because hypnotherapy gets to the bottom of whatever the issue is. It bypasses your critical conscious mind and connects with your unconscious. It changes your thoughts, feelings and behaviors from the inside out.

It tackles the root of the problem – not just the symptoms – and deals with it.

And it does that better than almost any other form of therapy.

Dr. Alfred A. Barrios conducted a survey of psychotherapy literature. He discovered that:

93% of clients recover after 6 sessions of hypnotherapy

72% of clients recover after 22 sessions of behavioral therapy

38% of clients recover after 600 sessions of psychoanalysis

So, not only does hypnotherapy work faster – 6 sessions compared to 22 or more – it works for a larger percentage of people.

Four times faster than behavioral therapy. And a huge 100 times faster than psychoanalysis.

That probably explains why the hypnotherapy has been certified and recommended worldwide as a complementary way to manage so many behavioural and emotional issues:

In 1996, the Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association introduced a peer-group accreditation system for professional Australian hypnotherapists.

In the UK, the Department for Education and Skills developed National Occupational Standards for hypnotherapy in 2002.

In the USA, hypnotherapy regulation and certification is carried out by the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (A.C.H.E.). The first state-licensed hypnotherapy center was the Hypnotism Training Institute of Los Angeles, licensed way back in 1976.

So hypnotherapy is not just useful, it’s recognised as a legitimate method for tackling issues in many areas of your life, including:

Mental and emotional health

Physical well-being

Spiritual development



Business concerns

Goal achievement

And lots more besides.

There are at least three good reasons why, when used in conjunction with NLP: Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique, It can be a positive for you:

It’s faster than other forms of therapy

It addresses more issues than other forms of therapy

It gets right to the heart of the problem and deals with it directly

During a hypnotherapy session, the hypnotherapist will start by talking to you to find out what the problem is and learn about you and your lifestyle. This helps them decide the best way to overcome whatever issue you’re having.

Once they know that, they’ll move on to hypnosis. A mild trance where your critical conscious mind can just switch off. A state of awareness where you can access your unconscious and make deep-seated and lasting changes.

Everything you need to know about Hypnosis when applied to Dentistry.

Hypnodontics A Manual For Dentists and Hypnotherapists“HypnoDontics: A Manual for Dentists and Hypnotists” is the most comprehensive book on HypnoDontics for both certified hypnotists and dental practitioners, including dentists, orthodontists, dental hygienists, dental nurses and technicians, etc…

Our training is up to date, practical as well as recommended by experts in hypnosis, business and dentistry, including:

“HypnoDontics Dental Specialist”

“HypnoDontics Hypnotherapist Specialist”

“US & UK Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist”

“NLP Basic, Masters, Coach”

“EFT Levels 1 and 2”

We also conduct cutting edge training in Emotional Intelligence and Beryl consults clients from around the world in person or via Skype and Vsee.

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