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Objective: Evaluation of lower wisdom teeth surgery results at Thai Binh Medical University Hospital.
Subjects and methods: Progressive study on 143 subjects with lower wisdom teeth surgery at Thai Binh Medical University Hospital from November 2019 to June 2020.
Results: Parant type II surgery accounted for the highest rate 44.76%. Surgery time from 30-60 minutes accounts for the majority of 48.25%. In the process of surgery, the most common accident is
fracture/rupture of the bone in the lower wisdom teeth accounting for 57.34%, root fracture accounts for 11.89%, a case of mild late anesthetic allergy is recorded. Long-term bleeding complications
accounted for 11.19%; dry alveolar acupressure and wet alveolar acupressure accounted for 8.39% and 7.69% respectively.
Conclusions: According to Parant dividing lower wisdom teeth surgery into 4 types, the rate of type II surgery, ie tooth extraction needs to open a part of the alveolar bone and cut the neck of the teeth
for the majority.
Third molar; surgical treatment results; Thai Binh medical university hospital.