Comparison of The Surgical Drain Placement With Use of Kinesiologic Tape

2019-10-03 07:54:39 | BioPortfolio


The investigator's purpose was to compare the effects of the surgical drain and kinesiologic tape applications on postoperative morbidity after mandibular third molar surgery.


A total of 90 patients will be scheduled for impacted third molar surgery. The patients will be divided into 3 groups.All surgeries will be carried out by the same surgeon. Group A will be treated with kinesiologic tape, Group B will be treated with a surgical drainage tube and Group C will be control group. After surgery in control group, routine surgical extraction will be performed.The investigators will compare postoperative pain, swelling, trismus and patients' comfort.

The duration of each procedure from the start of the incision to the time of last suture placement will be noted.

Patients are recalled on days 2, 7, 14 postoperative pain, facial swelling, maximum mouth opening, wound dehiscence. For the assesment of the pain, visual analog scale will be used. For the swelling evaluation, measurement will be done from the different three region on the face:

- Tragus-Pogonion

- Tragus-Labial Commissura

- Angulus Mandible-Lateral canthus

Maximum mouth opening will be noted before and after (one week later) the surgery.

Study Design


Impacted Third Molar Tooth


Kinesiologic Tape Group, Surgical Drain Group, Control Group


Necmettin Erbakan University




Konya Necmettin Erbakan Üniversitesi

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