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Impacted third molars are directly or indirectly the underlying cause of numerous disorders in the mouth, jaw and facial regions like:  pericoronitis...


Maxillary sinus elevation has been shown to be a safe and effective means of creating adequate vital bone formation for implant placement in pneumatized ...


Co-authors: G. Monaco, S. Cecchini, G.A. Pelliccioni.

Late infections resulting from the surgical removal of third molars, despite having a relatively low incidence (from 0.5% to 1.8%), represent a significant ...


Co-authors: A. L. Rossi, V. Capilupi, D. Palombo - Department of biomedical, surgical and dental sciences, Università degli studi di Milano, ASST Santi Paolo e Carlo, Clinical Unit of Oral Surgery

INTRODUCTION Tooth extraction is associated with a significant alteration of the soft tissues surrounding the post-extraction alveolus. The alveolar bone...


INTRODUCTION Post-extraction or post-surgical bleeding, defined as continuous bleeding for more than 8-12 hours after dental extraction or an oral surgery, is a...


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