Dear Dr R, I work twice a week under general anaesthesia often in remote locations. My concern is that I am seeing Intellectually challenged individuals who may require third molar surgery. I am reluctant to perform this for three reasons 1. Poor pre op history from their carers re symptoms 2. Poor post op compliance
Dear Dr R, what are your thoughts on coronectomy for 3rd molars in intimate association with the IAD nerve? Kind Regards Gary (New Zealand)
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