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Abstract

COMPLICATIONS OF IMPACTED LOWER THIRD MOLAR SURGERY AND ITS MANAGEMENT

Rajratna Sonone, Swapnil Sachan, Varun Kumar, Anchal Aggarwal, Saurabh Gupta and Dr. Himanshu Thukral*

ABSTRACT

Surgical removal of the impacted lower third molar tooth is one of the most commonly performed procedures in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Complications are reported with this procedure and are said to affect the quality of life of patients. Literature search was conducted to identify the complications associated with lower third molar surgery and the different modalities available for its management. In this review article the various complications that can occur in impacted lower third molar surgery and its management are discussed. Also the cause of complications and the methods to prevent them are elaborated. Pain, swelling and trismus are common complications associated with third molar surgery. It is concluded that complications after lower third molar surgery still remains an important factor in quality of life in post-operative periods. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons should be aware of the different modalities available in reducing the complications and to make post-operative recovery more comfortable for thepatients.

Keywords: Lower third molar surgery, trismus, pain, complications, infection, bleeding, impacted teeth, swelling.


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