Understanding The Importance of Sedation Dentistry
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Understanding The Importance of Sedation Dentistry

Hey, my name is Shelly Katalgo. My love for sedation dentistry started in high school. My best friend had a severe fear of going to the dentist and I wanted to help her feel better about it. Although I always enjoyed my dental visits, I felt bad that she struggled so much with going to hers. My parents taught me about sedation dentistry and I instantly dreamed of becoming a dental professional. I wanted to help kids like my friend stay fear free throughout their appointments by using gentle techniques and professional medications. Although I opted to follow a different career path, my passion for dentistry remained throughout the years. I will update my site with developments in this industry as soon as they are reported. I will also discuss the benefits of sedation dentistry in detail. Thanks for visiting. I hope you come back soon.


Understanding The Importance of Sedation Dentistry

  • Increasing The Likelihood In Saving A Knocked Out Tooth

    21 October 2015

    If you have had an incident occur where impact had caused one of your teeth to come completely out of the socket, you will want to act quickly in having your mouth evaluated by a professional emergency dentist. This will increase the chances of being able to save the tooth and have it reattached into place. Here are some steps to follow after a tooth becomes knocked out to help save the tooth so it can be reset in the mouth.

  • Dental Extractions: Are They Safe While Breastfeeding?

    30 September 2015

    Pregnancy can be very hard on a mother's teeth. During pregnancy, the baby takes many of the nutrients that a mother needs to maintain her healthy teeth. By the time the baby is born, the dental damage can be extreme in some cases. If you are a breastfeeding mother experiencing dental pain, you probably have a lot of questions about the safety of having emergency dental procedures completed as you nurse your newest little one.

  • How To Treat Toothaches And Mouth Injuries At Home

    15 September 2015

    If you have a toothache or an injury to your mouth or tongue, you want to know how to treat the problem and control the pain. The information below will help you to control the pain and treat the issue on your own until you are able to get in to see the dentist for professional treatment. How to treat a toothache The first thing you need to do when you are experiencing a toothache is to control the pain.

  • Dry Mouth: Its Damaging Effects, Current Treatment Options, And Hope For The Future

    26 August 2015

    If you're one of the 29% of adults suffering from dry mouth, you understand too well the unpleasant symptoms associated with it. Dry mouth, however, isn't just a nuisance – it can also lead to serious dental problems, such as gingivitis, tooth decay, and even thrush. Below is an overview of the damaging effects of dry mouth, currently available treatment options for the condition, and a promising new treatment option that may be available in the near future.

  • 3 Ways To Care For A Retainer

    10 August 2015

    Getting your braces removed can be one of the best days of your life. However, you might not be finished with wearing dental appliances. Your orthodontist could recommend wearing a retainer for a period of time after the braces removal. Here are some important things to remember about caring for the retainer. Keep the Retainer Out of Heat The retainer is mostly composed of plastic. As such, it can easily warp if it is exposed to heat.