Transform visits into a Relaxing, Enjoyable, and Meditative Experience

Harmonic Therapy



Dr. Lee Wexler has incorporated harmonic therapy techniques into his practice of dentistry, creating an environment that helps transform dental visits into a relaxing, enjoyable, and meditative experience. Harmonic therapy is part of a holistic approach that Dr. Wexler combines with state-of-the-art technology and highly individualized patient care.

Harmonic therapy techniques involve having the patient, or the treatment team, create sounds and vibrations from ancient Tibetan singing bowls. For centuries, the harmonics of Tibetan singing bowls have been used to help induce meditation, relaxation, and promote healing. They create a range of sounds to help restore the normal vibratory frequencies of stressed and out-of-harmony parts of the body and mind. Patients come into a session and are offered the opportunity to play, listen to, and interact with the Tibetan singing bowls. They can do this before, during, and after dental treatment. People listen deeply to and interact with the sounds and vibrations of the bowls. This interaction with the bowls can be transformative. It enables people to relax and it takes people out of feelings of anxiety about being in a dental office.

A holistic approach, enhanced by the use of ancient Tibetan singing bowls, affords the possibility for patients to be part of creating a more positive, centered, and even rewarding relationship to their dental care.

Patient Impressions of Harmonic Therapy

“I was amazed to find Himalayan Singing Bowls in Dr. Wexler’s dental office – it seems an unusual place to find such Zen beauty, workmanship, and harmonic sounds.
What amazed me most was its therapeutic application. During one of my dental procedures I suddenly tensed up and couldn’t get myself to relax. So he put a harmonically vibrating Singing Bowl in my hands, and I instantly relaxed allowing a pain free procedure. I wanted one of those bowls for myself, but Dr. Wexler said I would have to trek to Tibet.”
-Barbara S.