Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Dental Caries. Mostrar todas las entradas
Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Dental Caries. Mostrar todas las entradas

martes, 14 de septiembre de 2021

Severe early childhood caries: an integral approach

Dental Caries

It is considered early childhood caries, when the carious process affects one or more primary teeth in children under 06 years of age. This infection is of multifactorial etiology, transmissible and of rapid development.

Treatment will depend on the extent of the injuries and requires interdisciplinary management to achieve successful rehabilitation. In these cases the cooperation of the parents is necessary.

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We share a comprehensive article that covers severe early childhood caries and the comprehensive approach recommended for these cases.

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Losso EM, Tavares MC, Silva JY, Urban Cde A. Severe early childhood caries: an integral approach. J Pediatr (Rio J). 2009;85(4):295-300:

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lunes, 28 de diciembre de 2020

How well do fluoride treatments work at preventing tooth decay?

Prevention

There is no doubt that prevention is the best way to avoid a number of diseases such as tooth decay. The recommendations for oral care are to brush your teeth daily, have a balanced diet and visit the dentist.

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In the dental office, procedures are performed that prevent the presence of cavities, such as the use of fluoride.

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We share a video from the Osmosis channel that explains in detail the benefits of fluoride in preventing tooth decay.

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Source: Youtube/ Osmosis