A Comparative Study of Split-Root and Bone Removal in the Extraction of Mandibular Impacted Third Molars
Journal of Surgery
Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2016, Pages: 8-12
Received: Mar. 6, 2016; Published: Mar. 6, 2016
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Wen-chao Li, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Ning Ruan, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Guang-hui Lv, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Yang Lin, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Min-qiang Zhao, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Bo-chen Lei, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Yi-fu Wang, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Wei Zu, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
Yuan Tian, Department of Oral Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Chifeng College, Chifeng, China
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Abstract
This paper is aimed to compare the effects of split-root procedures and bone removal procedures in the extraction of mandibular medial vertical impacted third molars. This was a prospective study conducted at the Department of Oral Surgery of the Chifeng College Affiliated Hospital on consecutive patients between January 2015 and December 2015. The study result showed that the operative time of the split-root group was shorter, and the dental root fracture was less than the bone removal group. This study suggested that the short-term outcomes of medial vertical impacted third molar operations (facial swelling, pain and mouth opening) differed depending on the surgical approach.
Keywords
Split-Root, Bone Removal, Vertical Impacted Teeth, Third Molar
To cite this article
Wen-chao Li, Ning Ruan, Guang-hui Lv, Yang Lin, Min-qiang Zhao, Bo-chen Lei, Yi-fu Wang, Wei Zu, Yuan Tian, A Comparative Study of Split-Root and Bone Removal in the Extraction of Mandibular Impacted Third Molars, Journal of Surgery. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2016, pp. 8-12. doi: 10.11648/j.js.20160402.11
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