Allen Fred Fielding

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Lingual nerve anesthesia, paresthesia, and dysesthesia are possible side effects of third molar extraction. These unwanted complications are frequently disturbing to both the patient and practitioner. The incidence of lingual nerve damage following third molar surgery is more frequent than once thought. Six hundred questionnaires were sent to randomly(More)
From the aforementioned study, the following conclusions can be stated: (1) Patients ranged from 2 to 15 years of age, with no one age group being more susceptible to facial fractures. This fact is contrary to previous findings. (2) No true orbital blow-out fractures were found in patients less thn 7 years of age, primarily because of the lack of maxillary(More)
Canalicular adenoma is a rare benign salivary gland tumor of the oral cavity, typically located in the upper lip and buccal mucosa and infrequently found on the palate. The tumor is usually confined to soft tissue and rarely presents with bone erosion. A case of a large and locally-aggressive palatal canalicular adenoma is presented. The lesion presented(More)