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SDA Reduces Operative Time for Difficult Third Molar Surgeries Compared to SSPA


Background: Extraction of third molars is frequently performed with deep sedation/general anesthesia. Most of these anesthetics in oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS) offices in the United States use a single-surgeon–provided anesthesia (SSPA) model in which the surgery and anesthesia is supervised by the OMS. Objective: To assess the efficacy of anesthesia provided by a SSPA model compared with a surgeon/dentist anesthesiologist (SDA) model for third molar surgery. Methods: more...
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