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inflammation of a bone as a consequence of infection or trauma or degeneration

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Comparison of two chlorhexidine rinse protocols on the incidence of alveolar osteitis following the surgical removal of impacted third molars.
Effects of a chlorhexidine gluconate oral rinse on the incidence of alveolar osteitis in mandibular third molar surgery.
Alveolar osteitis prevention by immediate placement of medicated packing.
Comparison of alvogyl, SaliCept patch, and low-level laser therapy in the management of alveolar osteitis.
Key Words: Alveolar osteitis Junior dentists Impacted third molar Risk factors.
Alveolar Osteitis (AO) is a well-known complication after extraction or surgical removal of tooth.
Review on conventional and noval tech- nique for treatment alveolar osteitis.
Ran- domized double-blind study on effectiveness of intra-alveolar chlorhexidine gel in reducing the incidence of alveolar osteitis in mandibular third molar surgery.
Randomized double-blind study of effectiveness of intraalveolar application of chlorhexidine gel in reducing incidence of alveolar osteitis and bleeding complications in mandibular third molar surgery in patients with bleeding disorders.
In conclusion chlorhexidine was found more effective in control of postoperative pain and alveolar osteitis than povidone iodine when used for irrigation during the surgical removal of lower third molars.
Alveolar osteitis was recorded during the postoperative week and was classified as yes or no.
2 Percent chlorhexidine gluconate and amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid on the prevention of alveolar osteitis following mandibular third molar extrac- tions.
The alveolar osteitis was seen in 19% (21 out of 110).
2,3 The surgical procedure may be followed by complications such as pain, swelling, bleeding and less commonly alveolar osteitis, nerve paresthesia/anesthesia and occasionally jaw fracture.
Alveolar osteitis is a common post extraction complication developing within 1-4 days following surgery.