Midlands and East School of Dentistry

Third Molar risk assessment

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Recognising and minimising the risk to the inferior alveolar nerve when undertaking third molar removal.

Understand the importance of preventing nerve injury.

Nerve injuries and the impact on patients.

Improving the consent process.

Assessing and identifying high risk procedures.

Know when to refer.

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Midlands and East School of Dentistry
Contributed by: Midlands and East School of Dentistry
Authored by: Prof. Tara Renton, Kings College London, Professor of Oral Surgery
Licence: © All rights reserved More information on licences
First contributed: 12 March 2021
Audience access level: Full user


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