This is a straightforward case of a partial bony vertically-impacted mandibular left third molar. The surgical technique is discussed and demonstrated. Duration 5:47.View
Osama- it is possible that there was a secondary infection or just residual infection from the tooth that was removed. Did you thoroughly debride and irrigate the extraction socket? Some bone or tooth fragments could have gotten into the soft tissues during tooth sectioning or bone removal and were not thoroughly flushed out. Or, it
Dear Dr Jay I removed tooth number 37 from 1 week ago and was sectiong ext and removed buccal bone to expose the bifurcation .all the tooth parts came out .after 2 days the patient came with pain ( could be dry socket so I irrig and alvogyl placed and the patient was on antibiotic
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