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sábado, 19 de septiembre de 2020

Why does angular cheilitis appear?

Angular Cheilitis

Angular cheilitis is also known as perleche or angular stomatitis, it is a lesion that appears in the lip comsiura, both in children, adults and the elderly.

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It is related to other conditions such as the lack or absence of some vitamins, diabetes, xerostomia, or other diseases that compromise the immunity of the person. It is also related to it as a consequence of some drug.

Enlaces Patrocinados

It is easy to identify the presence of angular cheilitis, because a reddish wound is observed and at times bleeding at the level of the lip corner.

Endodontics


A good medical history must be taken to determine which is the causative agent and refer to the appropriate professional, because as we see there is not only one cause for its appearance.

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° The multiple etiologies of angular cheilitis ° Nancy W. Burkhart, EdD, MEd, BSDH, AAFAAOM ° rdhmag.com
Image: www.self.com

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jueves, 16 de abril de 2020

Root Canal Treatment for children

Oral Medicine

To perform a root treatment, the morphological characteristics of the primary tooth must be known. Keep in mind that caring for a child is more complex, so a correct anesthesia technique should be performed.


Although the basic aims of endodontic therapy in children are the same as those in adults, ie the removal of infection and chronic inflammation and thus the relief of associated pain, there are particular difficulties and considerations.

Dental Anesthesia


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Souce : nature.com
Authors : Carrotte, P. Endodontic treatment for children. Br Dent J 198, 9–15 (2005).

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Secondary brain abscess in an 11-year-old boy due to a dental infection

Dental infection

This is the case of an abscess of a primary molar that is related to a brain abscess in an 11-year-old boy. The patient presented to the emergency for a headache and was discharged with a diagnosis of migraine.


In the article you can find out about the entire dental medical procedure that was carried out in order to determine the diagnosis and treatment of the child under 11 years old. We share the article by Drs Hibberd and Nguyen.

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Souce / Image : Canadian Dental Association
Authors : Christine E. Hibberd , BA (Hons), DMD ; Trang D. Nguyen , DDS

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CORONAVIRUS : What to do if there is a dental emergency during the lockdown?

Coronavirus

Quarantine is a measure that was imposed for the care of the population, since March 23, we cannot leave if it is not strictly necessary.

This obviously causes concern for our well-being and that of our family.


During this period we are not exempt from suffering from some type of dental emergency, therefore, it is important to know how to contact your dentist, know what services they continue to provide and what to do if a dental emergency occurs while isolating yourself.

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Souce : Phoebe Jobling / manchestereveningnews.co.uk

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