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Please contact Dr Krall directly (909-835-7940) to schedule a treatment appointment for a patient. Dr Krall will try to accommodate your schedule depending on availability. For patients with a complicated medical history, please schedule sufficiently far enough in advance to allow Dr Krall ample time to consult with the patient’s primary care or specialist physician.

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Financial Information

Anesthesia fees are billed separately to the patient. Dr Krall will provide an Anesthesia Billing Statement of Services if requested by the patient.  Anesthesia is billed by an initial first hour, followed by 15 minute units of time. Patients can be quoted for anesthesia services by estimating the treatment time in addition to the induction and recovery times. Please contact Dr Krall for help in estimating anesthesia fees.

Dr Krall accepts Visa/Mastercard, Discover, and CareCredit as well as checks and cash. Payment is due on the day of treatment.

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Technique Videos

Supraperiosteal Injection Technique

Inferior, Lingual and Buccal Nerve Block Injection Technique

Modified Inferior, Lingual and Buccal Nerve Block Injection Technique

Akinosi Nerve Block Injection Technique

Gow-Gates Nerve Block Injection Technique

Posterior Superior Alveolar Nerve Block Injection Technique

Anterior Superior Field Block Injection Technique

Mental/Incisive Nerve Block Injection Technique

Palatal Nerve Block Injection Techniques

Nitrous Oxide Sedation Technique

Emergency Airway Management

Medical Emergencies


By clicking on the links below, you can review emergency preparation in your office. Unfortunately, medical emergencies are inevitable if you administer medications (e.g., local anesthetic, sedatives) and provide surgical procedures in your office. This material will provide a guide to prepare, prevent and manage medical emergencies in your office.

Local Anesthetics

By clicking on the link below, you can review topics such as local anesthesia and vasoconstrictor pharmacology or simply review local anesthetic injection techniques. You can also refer to the instructional video tab to review injection techniques for all the commonly used intraoral injections.

Nitrous Oxide Sedation

By clicking on the link below, you can review nitrous oxide sedation. It is truly remarkable that the first gaseous agent discovered for anesthesia is still one of the most widely used gases in healthcare. Therefore, if you are considering administering nitrous oxide sedation for the first, or if your office routinely administers nitrous oxide sedation, this manual is a nice resource for you. You can also view the technique video for nitrous in the instructional video tab.