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NPR story on Music with Surgery documents the benefits!

August 13th, 2015 · No Comments · Dangers of anesthesia, joint replacement surgery, Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Eye Surgery, Music and Surgery, out-patient surgery with music, Surgery with Music

Tweet Surgery with music is a topic that I’ve spent that last 25 years writing and speaking about.  It is such an easy yet powerful intervention for the patient who is filled with anxiety and dread Now this wonderful meta-analysis has been published in the “Lancet,” a prestigious and highly respected British medical journal.  I […]

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Healing Music Delivery: What’s Best?

October 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Eye Surgery, Music and Pain, Music Healing, Music in the Hospital

Tweet What is the best method for healing music delivery?  People want to know if live music, recorded music through headphones or speakers nearby is best?  Now we can even have Siri or Alexa to play our music!  The fact is, all of the above are viable and effective choices if you want to use […]

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Music in the Operating Room: For surgeons, this time

March 8th, 2011 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Surgery, Music and the Mind-Body, Music in the Hospital

Tweet Music and medicine are deeply connected. But what kind of music should your surgeon really be listening to? BY RAHUL PARIKH iStockphoto/lisagagne/Salon PopRX is a new weekly column about the intersection of pop culture and medicine. In 1889 Nietzsche wrote, “Without music life would be a mistake.” As someone who regularly spends a chunk […]

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Surgical Headphones Being Used in More Hospitals

February 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Surgery, Music and the Brain, Music Healing, Music Medicine, Music Research, Surgery with Music

Tweet  More and more people are hearing about our Surgical Serenity Headphones and choosing to use them.  People remember reading about them and know  that they will use them if they are told that they need surgery.  That’s exactly what happened with a customer today and she  will be “practicing” with them over the next few weeks so […]

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Fear of the Dentist: How much could music headphones help?

February 3rd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Relaxation, Music Healing, Music in the Hospital, Music in the News!

Tweet Nearly one-quarter of all Americans avoid dentists because they’re afraid, according to American Dental Association surveys. And the fear comes in many forms. In an attempt to win back fearful patients, dentists like Dr. Eda Ellis in New York offer spa-like services. WSJ’s health columnist Melinda Beck reports. There’s fear of pain, fear of […]

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More Research on the power of music with Dental Surgery

January 24th, 2011 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery, Music Research

Tweet J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2010 Aug 11. [Epub ahead of print] Musical Intervention Reduces Patients’ Anxiety in Surgical Extraction of an Impacted Mandibular Third Molar. Kyoung Kim Y, Kim SM, Myoung H. Primary Researcher. Abstract PURPOSE: Patients undergoing impacted mandibular third molar (IMTM) extraction often have severe perioperative anxiety, which may lead to increased […]

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Anesthetists’ Hymn: Humor, not serious!

March 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery

I’m sure that anesthetists do no work like this, but it is a clever spoof of what some people THINK they do!

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One person’s experience with dental anesthesia and music

February 9th, 2010 · No Comments · Music and Dental Surgery

Tweet Let’s face it:  no one likes to go to the dentist!  Our headphones (www.surgicalheadphones.com) are making a big hit in the field of dentistry and here’s a man who decided to use music in his own way with a dental implant procedure.  Enjoy! “I had to get up early–0500h–in order to travel to the […]

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