Oral Surgery (Excision of a Bony Exostosis) in Bangladesh By Dr. Masud W / English subtitles
The surgery we are going to watch today, is the excision of a bony exostosis in the lower jaw. Which is extension of bony structure in the mandible Which is rare Exostosis can be present in most bones of the body but very rare in the oral structures We can see clearly that, there is a bony overgrowth present in the mandible We reflected the oral mucosa adjacent to that mass neatly, exposing the bony exostosis And after that, we will excise this bony mass eventually We can see that With the help of Micro-motor, & with proper cooling arrangement we are removing the mass gradually At some stage we may need to use chisel or osteotome, to excise this mass completely Proper cooling arrangement is always very important. People usually get very anxious when they have these type of tumor like masses, But cancers & these bony masses are totally different We can see,this mass is being excised by Bone Osteotome And after excision,the remaining rough bones.... Will be trimmed & smoothened uniformly & then the mucosa, which was exposed during surgery.... Will be closed by suturing And, after these kinds of Surgeries... It takes approximately 7 days to heal completely.
So. There's no need to fear actually, These surgeries are completely done under local anaesthesia. So, the patients wont be fully unconcious And that's why,it's completely risk free. Thanks everyone for watching this video.
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