lunes, 4 de enero de 2021

Oral breathing: new early treatment protocol

Pediatric Dentistry

Mouth breathing is multifactorial, and its consequences are short and long term, and it is evident in the oral cavity and in general health. Early evaluation and treatment by the pediatric dentistry and pediatrician is necessary.

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The mouth breather is affected cognitively, psychologically and physically. A characteristic sign of the oral respirator is the "adenoid face", which is why most parents attend specialists.


We share an excellent article that tells us about oral respirators, and the importance of early multidisciplinary treatment (pediatrics - dentistry).

Pediatric Dentistry


Denotti, G., Ventura, S., Arena, O., & Fortini, A. (2014). Oral breathing: new early treatment protocol. Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine (JPNIM), 3(1), e030108.

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