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Hi, Quick question. What are your thoughts on primary closure for pre-radiation extractions. Typically, our patients will have extractions and undergo head and neck radiations in 2 weeks. Should I aim for primary closure or leave it open for secondary intention healing. I’ve seen exposed bone during radiation without primary closure so just wondering what
Hi Dr. Reznick! Thank you so much for your excellent videos. My question is re: the outcome of leaving granulation tissue when I do not debride it entirely in order to avoid digging around near fragile anatomy ie. Max Sinus, Lingual Nerve, IAN. If this is a site the patient decided to have an implant
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