Sedation Dentistry by Thomas Peltzer, DMD

Thomas Peltzer, DMD had the privilege to meet some  great dentists from across the country and reconnect with some long term friends who are have an incredible wealth of knowledge in Phoenix at the Dental Apogee Summit meeting. Dr. Peltzer gave a presentation to the group of dentists on State of the Art Sedation Dentistry as well.

Now we’re looking forward to 2 days of Dental Sedation and Dental Anesthesiology Training from some of the country’s best anesthesiologists. The continuing education program in Las Vegas is the Annual Meeting of the ADSA, the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Dr. Peltzer has been privileged to belong to this excellent group of educators for several years and attend many of their programs.

Lectures by several prominent Dentist Anesthesiologists across the country include anesthetic management of diabetic patients, anesthesia for Obstructive Sleep Apnea patients and Safety and Prevention of Anesthetic Emergencies. While we’ve heard all this before and practice it every day, we can never have too much experience and skill for the safety of our sedation patients.

At Gentle Dental Care in Plainville, CT, we provide the most comfortable and safest experience possible when our patients have sedation dentistry with Thomas Peltzer, DMD. Only by continuing our experience through educational resources with groups such as the ADSA can we continue to offer that safety and experience for our valued patients.

Visit us at www.ConnecticutSedationDentist.com or call 860-747-5711 today. We’re here to help make your sedation dentist visit a breeze.

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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