The nurse asked her if she wanted to stop treatment so she could breastfeed…Moron said NO... Young mother claims baby son was 'taken from her arms while she was breastfeeding in dentist's chair' Mother-of-one Tayler Chaice Buzbee called Aspen Dental with toothache She was told only available appointment at the facility was in 20 minutes Had no time to find babysitter for baby son, Attley, so brought him along Started breastfeeding the nine-month-old in chair when he created a fuss But soon after, female employee 'took him out of her arms without asking' Woman 'placed him in his stroller, saying breastfeeding was not allowed' 'I was humiliated, crying, and I felt embarrassed to be there,' said Tayler Aspen Dental has since apologized to Tayler and launched investigation A young mother has spoken of her humiliation after a dental assistant apparently removed her nine-month-old son from her arms without asking while she was breastfeeding him in the dentist's chair. Tayler Chaice Buzbee was forced to make an emergency appointment at an Aspen Dental facility in Alabama on Friday morning after developing agonizing toothache which would not go away. But after calling the dentist's office, she was informed that the only available appointment was in just 20 minutes - meaning that she had no time to find a babysitter for her infant son, Attley. Instead, Tayler was assured by employees that she could bring her baby to the facility. The pair turned up shortly after - but midway through the appointment, Attley started to create a fuss. Upset: Tayler Chaice Buzbee has spoken of her humiliation after a dental assistant apparently removed her baby son, Attley (pictured with Tayler) from her arms while she was breastfeeding him in the dentist's chair 'I don't nurse in public, and I never have because I hear these stories about people being shamed... I don't do well with being confronted, so I usually find another room to go to,' Tayler toldAL.com. But she said that, in this instance, she had no option but to breastfeed Attley - a gorgeous dark-haired baby with big brown eyes and a cheeky grin - because he was hungry and causing a scene. The hygienists apparently did not mind Tayler nursing her son - and one even offered to halt the treatment and return when she was finished. But Tayler declined and continued to be treated. A short while later, the dentist and another female employee came into the room. The latter reportedly told Tayler that she was not permitted to breastfeed her baby in the dentist's office. Then, while the dentist examined Tayler's teeth, the employee removed Attley from her arms - without permission and before he had finished feeding from his mom - because he was 'in the way'. She then placed him in a stroller, it is reported. Tayler, who was shocked, left the office soon after. Controversy: While the dentist examined Tayler's teeth, a female employee removed Attley from her arms - without permission and before he had finished feeding from his mom - because he was 'in the way'.. Facility: Tayler had made the emergency appointment at the Aspen Dental facility (file picture) in Alabama on Friday after developing agonizing toothache. She was left 'humiliated' after the breastfeeding incident Speaking to the news site, the Marshalls employee said: 'I have never felt so humiliated in my life.' She added: 'That was my biggest concern. Don't take him out of my arms. It was a situation where I was humiliated, I was crying, and I felt just embarrassed to be there.' In a statement, Aspen Dental Management Inc apologized to Tayler. 'No nursing mother should ever be made to feel uncomfortable while feeding her child,' representative Kasey Pickett told AL.com. She added that the company is investigating the incident. It is not the first time a new mother has been 'shamed' for breastfeeding in public. Mother and son: Despite the female employee's actions, the dental hygienists apparently did not mind Tayler (back) nursing her son (front) - and one even offered to halt the treatment and return when she was finished 'Shamed': It is not the first time a new mother like Tayler (pictured, left, with Attley) has been 'shamed' for breasfeeding in public. In January, 24-year-old mother Alanna Panas claimed she was kicked out of a casino in Berlin, Maryland, for breastfeeding her seven-week-old daughter (right, with Alanna) in the lobby Hint To Skank Mama..Why do you have your baby at a casino?? In January, 24-year-old mother Alanna Panas claimed she was kicked out of a casino in Berlin, Maryland, for breastfeeding her seven-week-old daughter in the lobby. Alanna, a mother-of-one from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, said she was thrown out by security at the Casino at Ocean Down after they told her she and daughter Lilly were a 'security risk'.