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Marcelo Rodrigues Azenha, Rogerio Bentes Kato, Renan Barros Lima Bueno, Patricio Jose Oliveira Neto, Michel Campos Ribeiro
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this work is to demonstrate the accidents and complications rates on third molars surgeries performed by senior dentistry students. METHODS: A retrospective study of 122 patient charts submitted to third molars surgeries was done. Patient age, gender, dental in arch position, and accidents/complications were considered with the charts presenting incomplete dates being excluded from the study. After all, 88 patients (210 surgeries) were included...
December 2014: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Marcus Stephan Kriwalsky, Dimitrios Papadimas, Peter Maurer, Martin Brinkmann, Jochen Jackowski, Martin Kunkel
Severe hemorrhages of the oral cavity may be caused by arteriovenous malformations. This case report concerns a 52-year-old healthy female who presented with a painful lower third molar and an extensive arteriovenous high-flow malformation of the floor of the right side of the mouth. During the extraction of the right lower wisdom tooth, an episode of massive life-threatening bleeding occurred. Since the therapy for intraoral arteriovenous malformations of the soft tissue is complex and often difficult to perform, the modus operandi of the present case is presented, and a review of the literature is included...
September 2014: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Konstantinos Nikolaos Arapostathis, Nikolaos Nestoras Dabarakis, Trilby Coolidge, Anastasios Tsirlis, Nikolaos Kotsanos
Needleless devices have been developed to provide anesthesia without injections. Little controlled research has examined the acceptability of needleless devices in pediatric patients. The aims of the study were to compare children's acceptance and preference for one type of needleless jet injection with classical local infiltration as well as to evaluate the efficacy of the needleless anesthesia. Eighty-seven nonfearful children with no previous experience of dental anesthesia were studied using a split-mouth design...
2010: Anesthesia Progress
Branislav V Bajkin, Ivana M Urosevic, Karmen M Stankov, Bojan B Petrovic, Ivana A Bajkin
Our aim was to evaluate the effects of single and dual antiplatelet treatment on postoperative bleeding in patients having dental extractions. The prospective clinical study included 160 patients who were taking antiplatelet drugs. The first group (n=43) were taking 2 drugs, mostly aspirin and clopidogrel, and the second group (n=117) were taking a single antiplatelet drug in the form of aspirin (n=84), clopidogrel (n=20), and ticlopidine (n=13). All patients had simple dental extractions, and local haemostasis was with resorbable collagen sponges, without suturing of the wound...
January 2015: British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
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