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Hutton Village Dental Surgery – Hutton, Brentwood

Services covered: Primary Care Level 1 & 2 Sedation, Primary Care MOS - Level 2

What services are offered?

  • Anterior Apicectomies under sedation
  • IV Sedation
  • Multiple extractions under sedation
  • Radiography
  • Restorative procedures under sedation
  • Routine extractions under sedation
  • Simple surgical extractions under sedation
  • Anterior Apicectomies

Which services are not offered?

  • Complex Medical Histories
  • Complex Oral Medicine
  • Complex Surgical Extractions
  • Domiciliary
  • G. A. Referrals
  • HSC Cancer Referrals
  • Inhalation Sedation
  • Orthodontic Exposures
  • Second Opinions
  • TMJ
  • Endodontics
  • Prosthodontics
  • Periodontics
  • Molar Endodontics Under Sedation
  • Difficult extraction of erupted teeth
  • Removal of buried roots and fractured root fragments
  • Removal of simple impacted teeth, including wisdom teeth
  • Removal of ectopic and supernumerary teeth
  • Surgical exposure of buccally displaced teeth with an orthodontic treatment plan
  • Surgical endodontics on anterior teeth.
  • Face to Face Restorative Triage Services
  • Multiple extractions
  • Simple restorations – direct and indirect
  • Anterior endodontics
  • Simple extractions
  • Simple scaling and debridement​

What are the referral criteria for patients?

i) Local Anaesthetic
ii) Conscious Sedation

The following Procedures;

• Symptomatic wisdom teeth removal.
• Removal of fractured teeth and roots.
• Referral of failed extractions.
• Removal of displaced roots or teeth from the Sinus.
• Soft tissue surgery

If any of the above procedures might jeopardize the safety of the patient , the clinic will then re-refer to the appropriate Hospital setting

1) Paediatric Referrals-five years and older ,minimum of 20 kg.
i) Conservative dentistry –extractions, pulpotomies, etc.
ii) Minor oral surgery – frenectomies , orthodontic exposures,removal of submerged baby teeth

2) Adult patients that is in need of multidisciplinary dental treatment. (Minor oral surgery and Conservative dentistry)
i) These types of patients are seen by different dentists, on different lists-simple and complex wisdom teeth, fractured root removal, retained roots,root removal fom the sinus, and if the referral is appropriate,treatment can be combined with conservative treatment on the same day.
ii) Some of these patients only require conscious sedation for the oral surgery component of their treatment.
iii) Not all oral surgery patients need to be sedated either.
3) Adult Patients-Conservative Dentistry.

i) Nervous / Phobic Patients – requiring complex conservative treatment : most of these patients have not received any dental treatment for years !

• It is not appropriate to get the patient dentally fit in 1 or 2 Sedation sessions…that should be done (referred to) by dental teaching Institutes.
• The main complaint of the patent should be treated initially.
• Before any other complex treatments are carried out, the oral hygiene should be to an acceptable standard.

The success rate of restorative treatment in these cases is compromised.
• Anterior, posterior restorations.
• Selective crown and bridge work.
• Root canal treatment of pre-molar teeth; and all anterior teeth where there is evidence that the referral dentist attempted treatment under local.
• Molar Root Canal Treatment: Only Initial Root canal treatment (open and drain) in cases where local anaesthetics fail due to an acute pulpitis. (abscess)Molar Root Canal treatment is not predictable at all.

What are the main reasons for rejecting patients?

• Medically unfit ASA I and 2 only. (ASA Criteria III and IV need to be referred to Hospital.)
• Certain Medical Conditions
• Angina
• Uncontrolled Type II Diabetes
• Uncontrolled Epilepsy
• Uncontrolled Adult Asthmatics
• Body Mass Index over 35(BMI)
• Anti-Psychotic Drugs
• Mental instability of patient
• Patient lives more than 50 minutes from unit
• Patients on recreational drugs.
• In-appropriate referrals for conservative treatment and molar endodontic treatment.

Who are the clinicians providing the service?

Contact Details

Coram Green Hutton Brentwood, Essex CM13 1LR

Travel instructions

Postcode CM13 1LR
Nearest station Shenfield
Bus stop chequers or woodlands Ave route 81,
First Bus 9 from Basildon, Billericay
Route 100 from Chelmsford
3 minute walk from Bus stops.
Car parking
Designated free car park on site with disabled space.

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