NuCalm

Chicago Family Dentists

NuCalm

NuCalm uses four components that work together to bring the body to a deep state of calm. It is administered as soon as you sit in the chair and takes about 3 minutes. You will feel the relaxation effects in 3-5 minutes.

  • 1. First you chew on tablets that are designed to relax you by counteracting adrenaline. The proprietary formula is only available in the NuCalm system and includes structured, nutrient-sourced building blocks that rapidly create a natural relaxation response.
  • 2. Microcurrent stimulation patches are placed behind each ear. Research shows this helps facilitate the relaxation response.
  • 3. Noise-dampening headphones are used to deliver proprietary neuroacoustic software, layered with soothing music, to bring your brainwave pace to the pre-sleep stage (8Hz -12Hz per second).
  • 4. Black-out glasses are used to negate visual stimuli and help maintain the NuCalm relaxation state.

The combination of these four components provides you with a powerful and effective relaxation experience, especially during dental procedures. The more stressed or anxious you are, the more profound the NuCalm effect will be.

Contact our Hyde Park, Chicago dental office for more information.

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