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Oral surgery 

Oral surgery
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Oral surgery
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10.1093/med/9780199235902.003.0014
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Extraction of erupted teeth 298

Surgical extractions 300

Other surgical procedures 302

Complications following surgical procedures 304

The removal of teeth is most commonly carried out under local anaesthesia. It can also be carried out under general anaesthesia, or a combination of sedation and local anaesthesia....

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