Anatomia e considerações clínicas dos Terceiros Molares Inclusos: Uma Revisão de Literatura / Anatomy and clinical considerations of the included third molars: A Literature Review

Cleber Oliveira Ribeiro Júnior, Bruno Bomfim Rocha, Fernando Clécio Santos do Carmo, Luciano Ferreira Ladeia Júnior

Resumo


A remoção cirúrgica dos terceiros molares inferiores é um dos procedimentos cirúrgicos mais realizados em odontologia. Não há evidências para apoiar a remoção profilática de terceiros molares inferiores; em contraste, no caso de condições patológicas relacionadas ao terceiro molar mandibular, a remoção pode ser considerada. As alterações patológicas podem ser sintomáticas ou assintomáticas. Sendo, portanto, o objetivo do presente trabalho apresentar a impacção dos terceiros molares como um problema de saúde caracterizando a importância desses conhecimentos para o Cirurgião-dentista. Será realizada uma revisão de literatura a partir da busca nos bancos de dados PubMed e LiLacs para identificar as publicações disponíveis no período de 2009 a 2019. As seguintes palavras-chave serão utilizadas na busca: “Terceiros Molares Inclusos” em português e em inglês. Serão excluídos, resumos e resumos expandidos, estudos experimentais não finalizados, artigos latino-americanos. Os artigos encontrados serão separados e adicionados no Mendeley para identificação de duplicatas, após a exclusão das duplicatas serão lidos os títulos para a primeira etapa da seleção dos artigos, em seguida a leitura dos resumos que terá caráter de exclusão ou permanência do manuscrito e por fim a leitura do artigo na íntegra para composição da revisão da literatura. 


 


Palavras-chave


Dente Serotino. Odontologia. Cirurgia Odontológica. Terceiro Molar

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