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Introduction Surgical removal of mandibular third molars is the most common proce-dure performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons. Innovations in radiographic imaging are useful in pre-operative planning and advances in surgical tools and medical therapies are reducing postoperative morbidities. This article provides a review of the available data on the importance of preoperative assessment and means of decreasing post-operative complications. Conclusion The surgical removal of mandibulardoi:10.13172/2050-2303-1-1-258 fatcat:5sq47waopjhglgli7bvt6ehqzm