Let’s face it, Scottsdale, Arizona is THE perfect place for the major Dental Anesthesiology and Sedation Dentist national major meeting in 2011. I’ll be learning with most of the best dentist anesthesiologists in the United States and Canada for three days as the beautiful Arizona sun illuminates the surrounding desert. I wish I had more time to explore the surrounding foliage and desert. Instead I’ll be interacting with the most prominent educators in dental anesthesiology and sedation dentistry.
This is the annual joint meeting of the American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists and the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Dental education has always been one of my passions and my participation with these two groups at the forefront of education in sedation dentistry and dental anesthesiology, safety and the newest updated techniques is a huge benefit to my patients who rely on me for their dental care due to severe dental phobia and fear.
Last December I was honored to meet the president of the ADSA, Karen Crowley at the Chicago meeting of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. She’s truly a dedicated leader in the field of sedation dentistry, sedation dentists and general anesthesia in dentistry and has led the ASDA skillfully and with focused passion, in order to help those patients who could not otherwise obtain dental care without various levels of anesthesia to relax them. Dr. Crowly has even become an honored friend on my office FaceBook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thomas-J-Peltzer-DMD-Gentle-Dental-Care/121988071209983?sk=info
Among the many courses I’ll be attending in sedation dentistry and dental anesthesia will include topics such as Overview of the Most Common Drugs for Office Based Anesthesia, Management of Special Needs Patients in an Office-based Anesthesia Practice and Practical Considerations for the Dental Anesthesia Team in a Restorative Dental Practice.
Between April 28, 2011 and April 30, 2011, I’ll be attending the best sedation dentistry and general anesthesia courses of the year to date and will be refining my skill with methods and safe dental sedation procedures for the benefit of my patients.
While I personally know many of the attendees at this major dental anesthesia event of the year, I truly look forward to developing new friendships with other sedation dentists and dentist anesthesiologists from across the US and Canada. I’ll be updating you on my experiences and courses in treating patients with dental phobia and dental fear as the course unfolds. Stay tuned!
Thomas Peltzer, DMD http://www.ConnecticutSedationDentist.com