CLINICAL CASE OF IATROGENIC INTRAOPERATIVE MANDIBULAR FRACTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE THIRD MOLAR REMOVAL

Natalia Idashkina, Olena Fastovets, Serhii Shyrinkin, Alla Shepelia, Tetiana Rasinska

Abstract

An iatrogenic mandibular fracture that associated with the mandibular third molar removal is quite rare but a very serious intraoperative complication. An iatrogenic fracture occurred during the extraction of 48 tooth in 68-years female patient was considered in this case. The main problems in the diagnosis of intraoperative mandibular fractures were analyzed. The result of the iatrogenic fracture treatment with using conservative management, antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory therapy, oral antiseptic irrigation with the subsequent delayed extraction of the tooth in the fracture line after its consolidation was given.

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