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La réalisation de sutures après extraction dentaire réduit-elle le risque de survenue d’alvéolite ? étude clinique comparative

Abstract : The alveolitis is one of the reasons for an emergency consultation with the dentist. It is experienced by the patient as real physical and psychological suffering. It generally occurs a few days after a dental avulsion, and is characterized by intense pain not calmed by analgesics. A visit to the dentist quickly becomes essential. This one should then reassure the patient, and do everything possible to reduce the pain. The best way to treat dry socket is still prevention. Certain environmental factors favoring its occurrence are well known, such as smoking, poor oral hygiene, or significant trauma during the extraction.
We carried out a study to assess the role of another factor, the making of sutures: do these reduce the risk of developing alveolitis? The study, carried out on 150 extractions (74 with sutures and 76 without sutures), confirmed the role of certain factors in the occurrence of the pathology: smoking, and significant trauma during the extraction such as excessive milling or large amount of anesthesia. But it did not show a significant decrease in the number of dry socket for patients with sutures. Other factors, such as gender, age or dental location, have been studied as possible contributing factors. However, the study did not prove any implication of these in the occurrence of dry socket.
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Zied Taleb. La réalisation de sutures après extraction dentaire réduit-elle le risque de survenue d’alvéolite ? étude clinique comparative. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03274613⟩

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