Husky Oral Surgery Group
988 New London Turnpike, Glastonbury, 06033
As with any dental procedure, our Bilingual Staff will want to initially conduct a thorough examination. Wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure, and most of them go very well, take less than an hour, and can be done right in our office.

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Dr. Dessieux NO IV SEDATION Oral Surgeon Room 1
As with any dental procedure, our Bilingual Staff will want to initially conduct a thorough examination. Wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure, and most of them go very well, take less than an hour, and can be done right in our office.
Dr Dessieux Oral Surgeon with or without IV sedation Room 2
Dr Dessieux Oral Surgeon with or without IV sedation Room 3

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Any Consult and/or IV sedation extraction
NOT USED WITH SINGLE TOOTH EXTRACTION !!!! The term conscious sedation refers to the administration of medication (an oral, I.V. or inhaled sedative) for the purpose of placing a patient in a relaxed state for their dental procedure. When conscious sedation is used the patient remains : They remain responsive to stimuli such as verbal commands from their doctor ("open your mouth," "close down") If the patient does happen to doze off, they are easily awaken. All of the patient's protective reflexes (breathing, coughing) remain functional by patient. The patient's cognitive function (perception, reasoning, comprehension) may be modestly impaired.
30 minutes
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Single Simple/ Extraction
Tooth removal and extraction are the same. The procedure involves removal of the tooth roots from the surrounding bone. In most cases, other than impacted teeth, the top of the tooth is already not covered by bone, so roots are what must be removed. In simple (non-surgical) extractions, the gum tissue is separated from the tooth and then special instruments are used to create movement of the roots within the socket in the bone (where the roots are). After this is accomplished to the degree possible, extraction forceps, often specific for tooth or area involved, are placed on the tooth to achieve further movement until the roots of the tooth are loose enough to allow for tooth removal. Surgical extractions involve the same principle of root removal, however the gum tissue may have to be surgically moved away, and either some bone must be removed for access to the roots and/or the tooth may have to be sectioned into several pieces to allow for root removal. In this case sutures are often placed to adapt the gum to the ridge and control post-op bleeding.
30 minutes
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Multiple Extractions
3 or more Teeth removal and extraction are the same. The procedure involves removal of the tooth roots from the surrounding bone. In most cases, other than impacted teeth, the top of the tooth is already not covered by bone, so roots are what must be removed. In simple (non-surgical) extractions, the gum tissue is separated from the tooth and then special instruments are used to create movement of the roots within the socket in the bone (where the roots are). After this is accomplished to the degree possible, extraction forceps, often specific for tooth or area involved, are placed on the tooth to achieve further movement until the roots of the tooth are loose enough to allow for tooth removal. Surgical extractions involve the same principle of root removal, however the gum tissue may have to be surgically moved away, and either some bone must be removed for access to the roots and/or the tooth may have to be sectioned into several pieces to allow for root removal. In this case sutures are often placed to adapt the gum to the ridge and control post-op bleeding.
30 minutes