If you're going to the dentist for more than a cleaning, you may want to take advantage of Phyllis' Dental Clearing.
Even the kindest, most compassionate dentist cannot alleviate the trauma that often accompanies the dental experience.
Common stressors are:
Fear of the unknown
Feeling out of control
Having to keep your mouth open, uncomfortably, for prolonged periods of time
Having foreign chemicals injected into you, right next to your brain
Periodic, jolting sensations of pain
Prolonged feelings of helplessness and discomfort
Phyllis' Dental Clearing can help you minimize the effects of dental
Clearing your subconscious programming that causes your fears and other negative feelings to arise before, during, and after your dental appointment.
Protecting your energy field and keeping it intact, in order to strengthen and protect your physical body at this time.
Normalizing any imbalances or disharmonies that occur in the physical or subtle bodies, on an ongoing basis, after your dental experience, for up to a month, to help restore the body to normal, as much as possible. [This includes continuous work with muscles, tendons, and ligaments, meridians, chakras, and any other parts of the physical or subtle bodies that may start to dysfunction as a result of dental trauma.]
Once you set up your dental appointment, call our office to get your Dental Clearing.
P.S. A similar "Surgical Clearing" can be done as well, for any surgical procedures you may have.
"I finally chose to get all the dental work I needed—two crowns and
four fillings—in one sitting, and felt totally stressed out about it.
I’ve always experienced lots of pain at the dentist in the past.
Phyllis’ Dental Clearing helped tremendously! I started feeling
positive, rather than fearful about the appointment, the time passed
quickly, I had no pain whatsoever... and only minimal discomfort in the
hours that followed. I am truly grateful!"
K.M., Austin, Texas
"When I did my dental clearing, it was really amazing. When I talked
to my dentist about repairing a filling, removing old mercury to put
resin in, he said it would be real complex. He would have to make a
temporary filling, send it out, and re-install it. After the dental
clearing, the dentist went to do the procedure and he had no problems.
It was no big deal. Whereas before, it was going to be a very complex
procedure with many precautions, since we were dealing with three
planes: two sides and a surface. After the procedure, the dentist
said, 'No problem, I did it chair-side.' Also, the dentist did not
remember saying the procedure was going to be complex. I had no
repercussions from the anesthetic, it cleared right out. Once I was
out of the chair, it was as if I never sat in it."
J.D., Forest Hills, Pennsylvania