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(Journal of Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery[TA])
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  • Does Watching a Video Increase Perioperative Anxiety in Patients Undergoing Third Molar Surgery? A Randomized Trial. [Journal Article]
    J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019Omezli MM, Torul D, Kahveci K
  • CONCLUSIONS: According to our results, the patients who watched the procedural video in an uncontrolled situation from websites before the operation were prone to high anxiety. The verbal and written consent format resulted in satisfactory anxiety management. Further studies are needed to clarify whether the use of video consent with different formats, such as animation, would be more effective in managing anxiety when applied carefully and under the control of a clinician.
  • Maxillofacial Rehabilitation With Zygomatic Implants in an Oncologic Patient: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
    J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019Díez-Suárez L, Herrera-Villalva M, … González-Cardín V
  • Tumor ablation results in significant sequelae in the appearance, function, and esthetics of a patient with cancer, especially resection for head and neck cancer. Reconstruction with local and microvascular flaps is a workable option; however, the esthetic results will occasionally be unfulfilling and inadequate for the rehabilitation of lost structures. Prosthetic rehabilitation with conventiona…
  • Successive Reimplantation of Dental Implants Into Sites of Previous Failure. [Journal Article]
    J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019Agari K, Le B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Dental implants placed in sites of previous implant failure had lower survival rates than those of the initial implants, and our findings suggested that the survival rates will be consecutively lower with each successive reimplantation at the same site. Implant and reimplant failures were associated with higher rates of postoperative pain reports and were more often early failures. Such suggestions could improve clinicians' prediction for implant failure and allow for optimization of the conditions to improve implant survival.
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