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lunes, 19 de febrero de 2024

Mucocele in Pediatric Dentistry: Clinical and pathological characteristics

Mucocele

Mucocele is a benign lesion that occurs in the oral mucosa and is the product of an alteration in the minor salivary glands. It is recognized as a swelling with mucous content, well circumscribed, and bluish in color.

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The presence of a mucocele may be due to trauma or ductal obstruction. The treatment is surgical and anesthesia is local, but depending on the behavior of the pediatric patient it can be performed with general anesthesia.

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👉 "Salivary Mucoceles in Children and Adolescents: A Clinicopathological Study" 👈

Poulopoulos A, Andreadis D, Parcharidis E, Grivea I, Syrogiannopoulos G, et al. (2017) Salivary Mucoceles in Children and Adolescents: A Clinicopathological Study. Glob J Medical Clin Case Rep 4(1): 011-014. DOI: 10.17352/2455-5282.000035

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👉 "MUCOCELES OF MINOR SALIVARY GLANDS IN CHILDREN. OWN CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS" 👈

Lewandowski B, Brodowski R, Pakla P, Makara A, Stopyra W, Startek B. Mucoceles of minor salivary glands in children. Own clinical observations. Dev Period Med. 2016;20(3):235-242. PMID: 27941195.

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lunes, 12 de febrero de 2024

Appropriate use of antibiotics in pediatric odontogenic infections

Pharmacology

Oral infections in pediatric patients can trigger a severe septic condition that can put the patient's life at risk. The appropriate use of antibiotics is effective in the treatment of oral infections of odontogenic origin.

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Knowledge of antibiotic pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics prevents resistance and adverse drug reactions. In addition, we must take a correct anamnesis to avoid allergic processes.

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👉 "Use of Antibiotic Therapy for Pediatric Dental Patients" 👈


American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Use of antibiotic therapy for pediatric dental patients. The Reference Manual of Pediatric Dentistry. Chicago, Ill.: American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; 2023:537-41.

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lunes, 11 de diciembre de 2023

Oral lesions in neonates, children and adolescents. Characteristics, diagnosis and treatment

Oral pathology

Oral lesions in newborns can affect hard and soft tissues, and can be part of a systemic condition, which is why it is of great interest to the neonatologist, pediatrician, and pediatric dentist.

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Clinical knowledge of injuries helps us make a timely diagnosis and effective treatment, in addition to correct advice to parents.

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👉 "Oral Pathology in Paediatric Patients" 👈


: Shah S (2018) Oral Pathology in Paediatric Patients. J Neonatol Clin Pediatr 5: 022

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miércoles, 8 de noviembre de 2023

Characteristics, diagnosis and treatment of common oral disorders in newborns

Oral pathology

The oral cavity of newborns can present lesions and alterations in the oral cavity that cause concern to their parents and that can also put the growth and development of the newborn at risk.

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Health professionals must know and recognize the characteristics of the different lesions that newborns present in the oral cavity so that they can adequately advise parents.

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👉 "Diagnosis and management of oral lesions and conditions in the newborn" 👈


WFP Van Heerden & AW Van Zyl (2010) Diagnosis and management of oral lesions and conditions in the newborn, South African Family Practice, 52:6, 489-491, DOI:10.1080/20786204.2010.10874032

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viernes, 3 de noviembre de 2023

Zirconia crowns in pediatric dentistry: Clinical considerations and step-by-step procedure

Zirconia crowns

Early childhood caries destroys children's dental tissue, especially the upper incisors, putting the patient's aesthetics, chewing, phonation, and social development at risk.

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Currently there are several aesthetic alternatives for the oral rehabilitation of pediatric patients, such as direct resins, celluloid crowns or zirconia crowns.

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viernes, 27 de octubre de 2023

What is dental abscess? - Causes, diagnosis and treatment

Oral medicine

The progression of caries destroys the tooth structure and compromises the pulp, spreading the infection to the alveolar bone. The infectious process causes excruciating pain and requires immediate treatment.

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Tooth abscess presents several signs and symptoms, the main ones being: intense pain when chewing, swelling, accumulation of pus and general discomfort.

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👉 "Management of Oral Parafunctional Habits: A Case Report" 👈


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miércoles, 11 de octubre de 2023

Parafunctional oral habits. Which are? Diagnosis and treatment

Orthodontics

Parafunctional oral habits are repetitive actions that hinder the harmonious growth of the jaws and orofacial development. Parafunctional habits are highly prevalent and can be acquired and compulsive.

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domingo, 3 de septiembre de 2023

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Pediatric Medical Emergencies

Anesthesia helps control pain and improves the management of the pediatric patient, so it is important that the pediatric dentist knows the different anesthetic techniques to minimize the pain and stress of the patient.

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Medical emergencies in pediatric dentistry: Diagnosis and treatment

Pediatric Medical Emergencies

Pediatric medical emergencies can occur in the dental office, and the professional must be prepared to prevent, identify, diagnose, and treat these life-threatening events.

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dental infections

Various types of infections (caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, etc.) can originate in the oral cavity, all of them of different severity. In some cases they can put the patient's life at risk and require hospital care.

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Bruxism: What are the symptoms? How is it diagnosed?

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Bruxism is a parafunctional and multifactorial activity that consists of abnormal contact of the teeth (clenching or grinding), resulting in pain and alterations in the chewing muscles, temporomandibular joint, and teeth.

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Tooth extraction is a routine treatment in the pediatric dentist's office. This procedure is performed when the tooth presents a deep caries and impossible reconstruction, fracture due to trauma, eruptive problems.

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The oral cavity presents a flora that can be affected by an infectious process, at which point the flora becomes opportunistic. The use of antibiotics must be reasonable to control infectious processes.

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The administration of drugs must be responsible to avoid antibiotic resistance (ability of a microorganism to resist the effects of a drug). Before prescribing a medication, it is necessary to review and analyze the drug to avoid resistance and other problems such as allergies.

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Frenectomy

In the oral cavity we can find two types of frenulum: the lingual and the labial. The alterations of the braces can cause aesthetic and phonetic problems. Treatment is sometimes multidisciplinary: pediatric dentist and speech therapist.

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The frenectomy is performed under local anesthesia and has a short postoperative period without major complications. This surgical procedure can be performed on pediatric and adult patients.

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Bohn's nodules and Epstein's pearls are benign cysts found in the oral cavity of a newborn. They are observed as small lumps that are distributed in the oral cavity and disappear over time.

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Hall Technique Procedure Manual: Advantages, Disadvantages, Step-by-Step Procedure

Hall Technique

Caries is an infectious, multifactorial and most prevalent disease that affects the dental surface of the primary and permanent dentition. It is important to rehabilitate the affected teeth to avoid serious consequences in the development of the dentition.

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