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《Anhui Medical and Pharmaceutical Journal》 2007-03
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Analysis study of some relative factors on postoperative buccal swelling

KAN Cun-hui,WANG Yin-long,HE Jia-cai,ZHOU Jian(Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,College of Stomatology,Anhui Medical University,Hefei 230032,China)  
Aim To investigate the relativity of some mannual factors in the process of extracting teeth and buccal swelling.Methods 100 cases,which required to extract impacted lower mandibular wisdom teeth on both sides,were selected strictly and randomly divided into two groups.The first group was extracted by a senior dentist,and the second group was extracted by a younger dentist respectively.After three days,patients were required to see the dentist again to evaluate the buccal swelling.Results The younger dentist spent longer operative time than the senior dentist.There were significant differences between the operative time,but we couldn't draw a conclusion from the study that buccal swellings had relativity with operative time between the two groups.However,buccal swelling was strongly relative to range of incising and detaching degree of distal soft tissue of lower mandibular impacted wisdom teeth.Conclusions In the process of extracting lower mandibular impacted wisdom,it was the main reason to cause buccal swelling that incising and detaching distal soft tissues excessive,while suturing tightly and filling in socket with too much gelfoam were other reasons that led to the buccal swelling.
【CateGory Index】: R782.11
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