CT Sedation Dentist Dr. Thomas Peltzer To Lecture To Heartland Dental At ADSA Meeting In Arizona

This just in…Dr. Peltzer, DMD has been asked to present pertinent managerial and dental anesthesia clinical information to a group of nationally known Heartland Dental Group professionals attending the Annual American Dental Society of Anesthesiology meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. We’ll be speaking about the specifics of dental sedation and dental anesthesia to a group of American Dental Society of Anesthesiology meeting participants in Scottsdale, Arizona April 28 to April 30.

Dr. Thomas Peltzer in CT from ConnecticutSedationDentist.com and Dr. Paul Weyman, a colleague practicing sedation dentistry in Denver, Colorado will share our unique combined experiences with how to best help patients in an Anesthesiology focused dental practice.

Topics to be discussed include optimum scheduling for patient comfort and anxiety control, ensuring an optimal new patient introductory experience for fearful dental phobia patients and team integration and their role in assisting in he essential process of maximizing patient safety will be discussed at the dinner meeting and lecture to be held Thursday April 28, 2011 at the Westin Scottsdale Resort in Arizona.

Thomas J. Peltzer, DMD                                                   http://www.connecticutsedationdentist.com

About Dr. Thomas J. Peltzer, DMD

Dr. Peltzer is a Sedation Dental Specialist serving patients throughout the state of CT, MA, RI and NY.
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