Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms

Anita Beck, G. Varga, P. Hermann, G. Fábián, P. Fejérdy, Tibor Károly Fábián

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Abstract

Psychogenic denture intolerance (PDI) patients suffering from several denture induced psychogenic symptoms refuse to accept psychological background of their symptoms frequently. Instead of psychiatrists or psychotherapists, first they visit dentist and insist on the somatic origin of their symptoms. Since most of these patients refuse a referral to psychiatrist and/or psychotherapist, an initial psychosomatic therapy is needed, which is a scope of dental profession's duty. Initiation of a palliative dental care and gradual escalation of any kind of mind-body therapy (as "basic therapeutics" for psychosomatic disorders) are "cornerstones" of such dental psychosomatic interventions. Introduction of any method of complementary/alternative medicine may also be useful especially for the prevention of relapse. To carry out efficient palliative dental care useless repetition of previous dental treatment (or any further invasive dental treatment) should be avoided, certain psychotherapeutic approaches should be introduced and several other treatment modalities like physiotherapy, medication, medicinal herb therapy or acupuncture should also be administered. For mind-body therapies, relaxation, hypnosis, self-hypnosis, meditation, photo-acoustic stimulation or biofeedback may be used. For complementary and alternative medicine prayer, breathing exercises, Tai-Chi and Qigong, Yoga or several other therapies (i.e. sleep deprivation, vigil, fasting therapy etc.) may be considered.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications
PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Pages165-197
Number of pages33
ISBN (Print)9781619422803
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Dentures
Complementary Therapies
Tooth
Mind-Body Therapies
Hypnosis
Dental Care
Palliative Care
Psychotherapy
Therapeutics
Psychiatry
Qigong
Tai Ji
Breathing Exercises
Psychophysiologic Disorders
Yoga
Phytotherapy
Meditation
Acoustic Stimulation
Sleep Deprivation
Religion

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  • Dentistry(all)

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Beck, A., Varga, G., Hermann, P., Fábián, G., Fejérdy, P., & Fábián, T. K. (2012). Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms. In Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications (pp. 165-197). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..

Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms. / Beck, Anita; Varga, G.; Hermann, P.; Fábián, G.; Fejérdy, P.; Fábián, Tibor Károly.

Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012. p. 165-197.

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Beck, A, Varga, G, Hermann, P, Fábián, G, Fejérdy, P & Fábián, TK 2012, Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms. in Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 165-197.
Beck A, Varga G, Hermann P, Fábián G, Fejérdy P, Fábián TK. Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms. In Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2012. p. 165-197
Beck, Anita ; Varga, G. ; Hermann, P. ; Fábián, G. ; Fejérdy, P. ; Fábián, Tibor Károly. / Methods for the treatment of denture induced psychogenic symptoms. Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012. pp. 165-197
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