Sedation Dentistry in CT and Why Patients Love Dental Sedation

Sedation Dentistry requires highly advanced additional training and experience well beyond the basic training most dentists receive in dental school. Dr. Peltzer has achieved a Fellowship in Advanced Dental Anesthesiology.

Dr. Thomas Peltzer in CT has trained thousands of hours in advanced, hospital operating room experience treating patients at USC, Solis Surgical Arts in Los Angeles, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Lutheran Medical Center, NY to ensure your safety and comfort. At Gentle Dental Care in Plainville CT, Thomas Peltzer has provided comfortable, safe dental sedation and sleep dentistry for thousands of patients.

This safe and completely monitored anesthesia has allowed patients to have healthy mouths who otherwise would not have been able to receive quality dental care.

Thomas Peltzer, DMD has developed a team of dental sedation and dental anesthesia experts who monitor and work with Dr. Peltzer in CT on every case. Our RN on staff is a vital component of that team.

For additional information contact www.ConnecticutSedationDentist.com or www.ConnecticutSleepDentist.com at 860-747-5711

Dr. Peltzer has completed a Fellowship in Dental Anesthesiology and is a member of the American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists (ASDA) and the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology (ADSA).

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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