We appreciate the opportunity to respond to the interesting letter about the treatment alternatives for mandibular third molars with mild pericoronitis that related to our recent article.
- Yurttutan M.
- Karaahmetoğlu Ö.
- Üçok C.
- et al.
Comparison of the quality of life of patients with mandibular third molars and mild pericoronitis treated by extraction or by a periodontal approach.
Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2020; 58: 179-184
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- Comparison of the quality of life of patients with mandibular third molars and mild pericoronitis treated by extraction or by a periodontal approach.Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2020; 58: 179-184
Published online: July 02, 2020
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