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Assistant Professor, Dental and Periodontal Research Center, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran (Corresponding Author) , khashabi.e@yahoo.com
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Background & Aims: One of the most common causes of the jaw and facial surgery is the third molar called wisdom teeth. Since the presence of swelling and bleeding after extraction of these teeth especially in the mandible is one of the common problems in the patients, we decided to investigate the therapeutic and common effects of the patients. So, we investigated the effects of the cream impregnated with curcumin material on reducing bleeding and also the rate of swelling in patients whose third molar teeth were surgically treated.
Materials & Methods: The experimental study was a randomized double-blinded study using observation technique.48 male and female patients referring to the private clinic were randomly divided into two groups of patients using turmeric powder impregnated as a control group and sterile packaged treatment group. Then, both groups were measured for bleeding in two times: immediately after the removal of the pack (10 minutes later); and half an hour after the removal of the pack. The presence of swelling after surgery was evaluated using the packs and the findings were compared in groups.
Results: Comparison of swelling with the Mann-Whitney test and Wilcoxon signed-rank test showed that z was-3.428 and the p-value was0.001.So the curcumin pack was effective in reducing swelling; however, the results of these tests for bleeding time showed that z was0.292 and p-value was 0.77. In other words, curcumin was not effective in reducing bleeding.
Conclusion: The findings of this study showed that treatment with curcumin impregnated pack was not effective in reducing bleeding while dataturmeric powder impregnated was more effective in reducing swelling for the third molars surgery.
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