Oroantral fistula

What is Oroantral fistula?

A pathologic communication between the oral cavity and the maxillary sinus, most commonly a complication of maxillary premolar molar tooth extraction.

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Had a tooth pulled. My sinus is punctured. Smells very bad. I am on ciprofloxacin 500 MG 3 times a day as prescribed by the dentist. Do I need to...

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Oroantral fistula , sinus infection ,investigations , Antibiotic.

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hello,Iam a dentist .my patient comes complain of pain and bus discharg from nasal cavity into oral cavity ,he said its chronic and recurent ,on...

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hi doctor if extraction was a tough one or take a x-ray to ruleout the oroantral fistula any fracture in the sinus wall a simple test is to find...

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I just had 4 teeth extracted on Monday and a top denture put in. I knew there would be swelling, but I believe I now have a sinus infection. I am...

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sinusitis, oroantral fistula, Antibiotics, antihistamines, surgery

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