Sedation Dentistry and Dental Anesthesia Increased Experience By Dr. Thomas Peltzer

Yesterday was Day One of five days I’ll be doing advanced sedation dentistry and dental general anesthesia training with the Anesthesia Faculty of the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. While my body accommodated to the time change well, the flight delays, crew problems and mechanical problems allowed me only 3 hours of sleep before I had to be in the OR at 5 AM. Oh, the joys of flying!

I persisted enthusiastically, in large part due to my excitement to be back with my special anesthesia friends here in CA.  Also, I was looking forward to helping the patients with special needs who were to undergo sedation dentistry in the operating rooms and obtain the dental care they so desperately needed.

My eagerness to again return to the operating rooms and provide anesthesia also had a personal component. More advanced emergency sedation dentistry training would be learned, which is of special importance to me. Sedation dentistry is VERY safe but anything I can do to increase your comfort is priceless. At Gentle Dental Care in Plainville, CT 06062, a central CT dental group practice, I see many severely medically and neurologically compromised people seeking dental sedation and anesthesia. Safety and quality dentistry are always foremost priorities for myself as a sedation dentist.

We treated 21 special needs patients under dental sedation yesterday in the operating rooms. These special needs patients have no alternative ways to obtain their needed care. I give my thanks to the anesthesia faculty and hospital staff nurses and assistants who make such sedation dentistry possible for such patients and for the advanced sedation dentistry and sleep dentistry advanced skills I will return to CT with. I want as my goal to provide the best sedation dentistry and best cosmetic dentistry in CT.

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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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