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  • Oral surgery gone awry pop
    Most general dentists who perform third molar surgery are aware of the potential complications of treatment that can lead to lingual or inferior alveolar nerve damage and paresthesia. This article describes another complication that can be equally challenging to manage.
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  • A retrospective evaluation of pulpotomy as an alternative to extraction
    Pulpotomy was performed as an alternative to extraction on 26 teeth over a period of 88 months
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  • Chlorhexidine Rinse Protocols on Incidence of Alveolar Osteitis following the Surgical Removal of Impacted 3rd Molars
    Alveolar osteitis (dry socket) is the most common complication following the extraction of permanent teeth.
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  • Evaluation of curing performance of light-emitting polymerization units
    The depth of cure of resin composites is affected by material physical qualities and polymerization source variables.
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  • Maxillary Myxoma: Surgical Treatment and Reconstruction with Buccal Fat Pad Flap: A Case Report
    Myxoma is a benign tumor that arises from mesenchymal tissue and is found less commonly in the bone than in soft tissue.
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  • Oral Surgery with Fibrin Sealants in Patients with Bleeding Disorders: A Case Report
    Surgical treatment of patients with bleeding disorders requires careful planning.
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