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  • Does Low-Level Laser Therapy Affect Recovery of Lingual and Inferior Alveolar Nerve Injuries? [Randomized Controlled Trial]
    J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2018; 76(12):2669-2675Miloro M, Criddle TR
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study failed to provide sufficient evidence to conclude that a difference in neurosensory improvement exists between the LLLT and placebo groups with IAN or LN injuries. However, this study is unique in the prospective double-blind study design and comprehensive neurosensory testing protocols. There is a continued need for further clinical studies on LLLT in oral and maxillofacial surgery nerve injuries.
  • Injury to the inferior alveolar and lingual nerves in successful and failed coronectomies: systematic review. [Review]
    Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2017; 55(9):892-898Dalle Carbonare M, Zavattini A, … Moody A
  • The aim of this systematic review was to evaluate the incidence of damage to the inferior alveolar (IAN) and dental nerves in successful coronectomies, and to compare the results with coronectomies that failed. To the best of our knowledge no such analyses have been reported. Between January 1990 and October 2016 we surveyed published papers to find those that examined clinical outcomes after cor…
  • Oral Hemorrhage in a 3-year-old Boy Caused by Self-Mutilating Behavior. [Case Reports]
    Pak J Med Sci 2016 Nov-Dec; 32(6):1583-1585Uy JL, Lapeña JF
  • A 3-year-old boy referred for persistent tongue bleeding was diagnosed with a rare self-mutilating disease that had also affected his lip and fingers. He underwent multiple odontectomy and partial glossectomy and continues to undergo behavior therapy and on-demand splints and restraints. He has stopped self-biting and has gained appetite and weight. Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome can cause significant morb…
  • Clinical evaluation of the timing of mesiodens removal. [Journal Article]
    J Chin Med Assoc 2016; 79(6):345-50Shih WY, Hsieh CY, Tsai TP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The early removal of an unerupted mesiodens before the age of 5 years would seem to reduce complications and the need for orthodontic treatment. With the help of general anesthesia and evaluation by CT imaging, concerns regarding the child's cooperation and the possibility of damage to adjacent permanent teeth during early surgical intervention can be minimized.
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