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.
28 February 2018
When you take your child to the dentist, you want to make sure that they are seeing a good dentist. A great way to ensure this is to take your child to a pediatric dentist specialist. Here are three reasons why this is an excellent option for your child. They've Received Specialist Schooling A general dentist goes to school for four years after receiving their Bachelor's Degree. On the other hand, a pediatric dentist goes to school for an extra 2-3 years.
31 January 2018
As a dental implant patient, you are probably expecting your daily dental health to be improved right away. After all, dental implants provide the most benefits over other replacement tooth options and they act the most like our natural teeth. However, that doesn't mean that dental implants come without some issues. While they are mainly unfound, here are four reasons your dental implants could be causing you some pain: The Healing Cap is Loose: During the time you are waiting for the actual tooth to be fitted onto the implant itself, your dentist will place a healing cap on it to help with the recovery.
3 January 2018
If your teenager has received orthodontic services, then you probably know how important it is to maintain the integrity of the appliances while maintaining meticulous oral hygiene. If, however, your teen has been diagnosed with a seizure disorder, brushing and flossing while wearing braces may be a challenge. Anti-seizure medications can lead to serious side effects, including those affecting the teeth and gums. Here are three ways anti-seizure medications can complicate orthodontic therapy, and what you can do about them: