Jaxa has been in remission since last July, and we have been lucky so far. Testing every five days still, and she is on a diet because she gained back some of her pancreatitis weight-loss. So we are trying to address other health issues and be proactive; last year her vet said she was getting some moderate build-up on her teeth and she has had a broken fang for a few years. Thursday she has a dental exam/cleaning scheduled. We go in for blood work in the morning to see if she can have the procedure, and go from there I guess. She has had surgery before- she was spayed and had a growth removed from inside her ear about 6 years ago- with no reaction to the anesthetics, and no trouble with any of the meds she has been on thus far. I still worry though, and wonder if anyone who has gone through the dental process has any advice? Won't know if any teeth will be removed until that day, but any suggestions of what to have on hand after her appointment? I'm thinking plenty of fluids and soft foods? Will I need to watch her bg levels carefully as she recovers? I have that day off and the next, so I can watch over her, but the day after that I have a wedding to attend out of town. I know every cat is different, but anything I should generally watch out for in her reactions, something she might not need that I might not think of until it is needed? Am I over thinking it?