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Photo by U.S. Air Force Capt. AnnMarie Moshos, a general dentist for 1st Special Operation Dental.

Both the dentists and the patients want to make dental teatment less painful- and one available resolution may be to connect it with virtual reality. So for that, the UK researchers listed 0 people who required a cavity filled or tooth pulled and divided them in to 3 groups. They provided the VR headsets to the first group but not to the third control group.

The VR groups either need to research a beach or handle a city. However the people in the control group just need to look at the ceiling while the dentist jerk on their teeth. (Everyone in the research got painkillers or restraint if they required) Patients were examined instantly after their appointments and after a week. The people engaged in the coastal VR stated less stress and pain than the other patients handling through the virtual cityscape and the ones with no disturbance – according to a study published today in Environment and Behavior.

A vast research needs to be done to look if this holds up.  However both the beach scene and the city do sound like acceptable cheerful virtual substitute to observe the dentist’s instrument at work (even though two patients had to stop the city VR because they felt hot and dizzy).

Still, both locales are pretty unimaginative when you think about the virtual reality possibilities you could pair with the unique experience of a having a shrieking dental drill digging into your jaw. So, to help the researchers out, we came up with a menu of options for the full VR dental experience:

Still, both the areas are pretty predictable when you assume about the virtual reality prospects you could match with the different experience of a having screaming dental drill digging into your jaw. So, in order to help out the scientists , we came up with a list of alternatives for the full VR dental experience:

Under the Sea :

This underwater seascape will provide you a more cheerful reason to experience you are chocking in the dentist’s chair. float with the fish and explore submerged shipwrecks, followed by the whistles and sigh of the whale song. For an extra $20 , the can regularly splash you with water for the complete bathing experience. It is not suggested for the people with claustrophobia.

Snowfall:

Trip through mountainous peaks as milky white snow falls around you. Dont try to assume your existing milky whites, or what the dentist’s doing to them. The soft washing of your skis acoustically combining with the pine tree necessary oils drifted into your nostrils. For an extra $50, can change the AC frigid temperatures. Brr….

Apart from This World Dental Experience:

Have u ever  desire to combine a visit to the dentist with a trip to the planetarium? Yes of course you have. So with this exclusive VR package, shooting stars can divert you from shooting pains as you float through the galaxy with storyteller Patrick Stewart. This option is strongly not recommended for the people with motion sickness. Fine will be $200 for vomiting on the dentist.

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