Over the last few years on this blog, to kick off the new year, a post has been made about music to listen to after having wisdom teeth surgery. It can take days to recover, so you have some down time and need something to do. Naturally, there are other ways besides listening to music you could use to occupy your time after the surgery such as to read books or watch TV; however, this post is to give music recommendations you can easily listen to on YouTube. So far, eight posts in the past have appeared on this site providing recommendations for music to listen to after wisdom teeth surgery has been made. To recap these are YouTube Musicians Rock and Roll Songs Jazz Songs Christian Music Gangnam Style 2013 Edition 2018 Edition 2019 Edition New music is always … Read more
An interesting article titled “Non-pharmacological interventions for reducing mental distress in patients undergoing dental procedures: Systematic review and meta-analysis” by Sophia Burghardt et al., appears in the Journal of Dentistry in 2018 (vol. 68, pp. 22 – 31). The article seeks to determine the effects of hypnosis, enhanced information, relaxation, music, or cognitive-behavioral approaches on adults undergoing dental procedures. The researchers explored 29 randomized controlled trials and found through random effects meta-analyses significant reduction of mental distress when patients underwent a non-pharmacological intervention. In particular the largest effect was shown for hypnosis. People experience anxiety and fear of going to a dentist and some even have a diagnosable condition of dental phobia. Research shows a general dentist is capable of treating adults with mild or moderate forms of dental anxiety but those with severe dental anxiety or even dental phobia often requires … Read more
Previously on this blog several posts in the past were run recommended music that one can listen to after having their wisdom teeth extracted. If you are recovering from wisdom teeth removal you may have some down time on your hands and in need of something to do. Of course you could read books or watch movies, however, the point of this post is to give you some music recommendations that you can easily listen to via YouTube. So far, six such posts providing recommendations on this site for music to listen to after wisdom teeth surgery has been made. To recap these are YouTube Musicians Rock and Roll Songs Jazz Songs Christian Music Gangnam Style 2013 Edition Since new music recommendations after having wisdom teeth taken out has not been provided since 2013 and it is now 2018, I thought … Read more
Continuing on with some music to listen to after your wisdom teeth removal I have added some excellent christian music below. I have previously posted entries on some music you can listen to after having your wisdom teeth extracted. See this post http://blog.teethremoval.com/music-to-listen-to-after-wisdom-teeth-removal-rock-and-roll-songs/ for some great rock and roll songs and also see this post http://blog.teethremoval.com/music-to-listen-to-after-wisdom-teeth-removal-youtube-musicians/ for some excellent musicians on YouTube who are worth a listen. Further see this post http://blog.teethremoval.com/music-to-listen-to-after-wisdom-teeth-removal-jazz-songs for some talented Jazz musicians. Hillsong United – Mighty to Save Newsboys – Shine Michael W. Smith – Open the Eyes of my Heart Chris Tomlin – Our God Jesus Culture – Oh Happy Day Jeremy Camp – This Man MercyMe – I Can Only Imagine Matthew West – You Are Everything Update Jan. 2, 2018 – several videos were dead so this was fixed.
I have previously posted entries on some music you can listen to after having your wisdom teeth removal. See this post http://blog.teethremoval.com/music-to-listen-to-after-wisdom-teeth-removal-rock-and-roll-songs/ for some great rock and roll songs and see this post http://blog.teethremoval.com/music-to-listen-to-after-wisdom-teeth-removal-youtube-musicians/ for some excellent musicians on YouTube who are worth a listen. Now I would like to continue with some more music you can listen to after having wisdom teeth extracted with a focus on some excellent jazz songs. Dave Koz – Together Again. I have seen Dave Koz a few times live and he is an excellent saxophone player. Kaori Kobayashi – Walk in the Night. Suprisingly I have only learned of Kaori Kobayashi recently. She is from Japan and I play the saxophone myself so I tend to enjoy saxophone players. Mindi Abair – Smile Peter White and Grover Washington Jr. – Midnight in Manhattan … Read more