Third Molar Surgery with a Smaller Impact – Small Things, Big Improvements
Lower impacted third molar surgery (ITMS) is a popular treatment in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and it is frequently associated with problems such as pain, edoema, trismus, haemorrhage, nerve dysfunction, and postoperative infection. The author outlines a clinical trial including 18 participants on ITMS. This study found that using a modified incision as a less invasive technique to lower impacted third molars, combined with appropriate preoperative and surgical treatment, greatly lowers postoperative discomfort.
Author (s) Details
Dental/Medical Center of Maxillofacial Surgery ‘‘Aleja-Centar, ’’Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Balkans.
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