The use of ‘perceived control’
"Perhaps nothing is more distressing to a dentist than not be able to manage an anxious patient visiting his dental office.
The use of ‘perceived control’, can be stated to act as an efficient chairside behaviour modification method, making the patient more comfortable during the treatment procedure by providing a ‘sense of control’"
Singh H et al J Conserv Dent. 2012; 15(1): 51–55.
Prof (Dr.) Harpreet Singh
Head, BJS Research Institute Ludhiana, Punjab
KEY OPINION LEADER FOR PUREXA