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martes, 17 de mayo de 2022

Mucocele labial en paciente pediátrico. Características y procedimiento quirúrgico

Mucocele

El mucocele es una de las patologías mas frecuentes que afectan las glándulas salivales menores, y consiste en un quiste con contenido mucoso a partir de un trauma en la mucosa oral. Por lo general se presentan en niños y adultos jóvenes.

Se presentan como una o más pápulas pequeñas de color azulado y frecuentemente en el labio inferior, pero también puede presentarse en el carrillo, lengua y piso de boca. Un correcto diagnostico diferencial puede descartar un carcinoma o tumor benigno.

Enlaces Patrocinados

Compartimos un artículo que reporta la evaluación, diagnóstico diferencial y procedimiento quirúrgico de un paciente pediátrico con mucocele labial.

Mucocele




Mucocele de labio: reporte de caso. Wilbert-Chirinos-Llerena1 Vol 2 Nº 1 Enero-Junio 2012

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lunes, 16 de mayo de 2022

Oral manifestations of eating disorders in adolescent patients

Oral Medicine

Eating disorders are a set of psychopathological disorders that are related to eating behaviors, and affect physical and emotional health, these conditions usually manifest in young people and adolescents. The most common eating disorders are anorexia and bulimia.

Patients with eating disorders present alterations in the perioral tissues, oral mucosa and teeth. These alterations generate several problems in the different functions of the oral cavity.

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We share a study that describes the different oral manifestations of eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia) that we can find in an adolescent patient with the aim that the professional identifies these signs early.

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Monda M, Costacurta M, Maffei L, Docimo R. Oral manifestations of eating disorders in adolescent patients. A review. Eur J Paediatr Dent. 2021 Jun;22(2):155-158. doi: 10.23804/ejpd.2021.22.02.13

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viernes, 13 de mayo de 2022

Odontogenic facial cellulitis in a pediatric patient - Medical-dental management considerations

Oral Pathology

Facial cellulitis is an infection, usually of odontogenic origin, that moves and evolves rapidly, putting the patient's general health at risk. The management of facial cellulitis in pediatric dentistry must be multidisciplinary.

In the initial stages, cellulite is of a soft consistency, in advanced stages it is hardened. The infant's immune system is diminished, so it is necessary to control and eliminate the causative agent.

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We share an article that details the clinical characteristics, pharmacological and multidisciplinary management of odontogenic facial cellulite in children.

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Giunta Crescente C, Soto de Facchin M, Acevedo Rodríguez AM. Medical-dental considerations in the care of children with facial cellulitis of odontogenic origin. A disease of interest for pediatricians and pediatric dentists. Arch Argent Pediatr 2018;116(4):e548-e553

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jueves, 12 de mayo de 2022

Manejo y tratamiento quirúrgico de las fracturas mandibulares en pacientes pediátricos

Ortodoncia

El manejo de las fracturas mandibulares en pacientes pediátricos debe ser de mucho cuidado, porque el trauma puede influir en el crecimiento y desarrollo de la mandíbula y de los gérmenes dentales del infante.

El tratamiento puede ser conservador, cerrado o quirúrgico y dependerá de la complejidad del traumatismo. En el caso del tratamiento quirúrgico se puede hacer uso de placas y tornillos de titanio.

Enlaces Patrocinados

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📌 Tenemos a disposición dos artículos sobre el manejo y tratamiento quirurgico de las fracturas mandibulares en pacientes pediatricos

👉 LEA Y DESCARGUE "Manejo de complicación de fractura mandibular en un paciente pediátrico con dentición decidua" EN PDF AQUÍ 👈


Alvarado-Monge, Carlos, Ventura-Ponce, Helard, Ruiz-Imbert, Ana Cecilia, & Miranda-Castillo, Emylú. (2014). Manejo de complicación de fractura mandibular en un paciente pediátrico con dentición decidua. Revista Estomatológica Herediana, 24(4), 270-277. Recuperado en 12 de mayo de 2022, de http://www.scielo.org.pe/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1019-43552014000400009&lng=es&tlng=es.

👉 LEA Y DESCARGUE "Tratamiento quirúrgico de Fracturas mandibulares en pacientes pediátricos. Revisión Bibliográfica" AQUÍ 👈


Muñante-Cárdenas, José, Olate, Sergio, Jaimes, Miguel, Gonzales del Castillo, Erick, & De Albergaria-Barbosa, José Ricardo. (2009). Tratamiento quirúrgico de Fracturas mandibulares en pacientes pediátricos: Revisión Bibliográfica. Acta Odontológica Venezolana, 47(4), 249-255. Recuperado en 12 de mayo de 2022, de http://ve.scielo.org/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0001-63652009000400022&lng=es&tlng=e

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martes, 10 de mayo de 2022

Odontogenic infection in facial spaces - Pharmacological and surgical management in pediatric patients

Oral Surgery

Facial spaces are virtual spaces that are found between tissues, organs and faciae. These spaces become relevant in infectious processes, since they are occupied by purulent secretions that move through various regions of the head and neck.

Infections that affect the head and neck are generally of odontogenic origin, and have a rapid evolution that put the patient's life at risk. Treatment must be immediate and in many cases multidisciplinary.

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We share the case of an odontogenic infection that affected the facial spaces of a pediatric patient. We report the clinical and pharmacological management, and the surgical procedure (drainage).

Oral Medicine

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Khaja Khalid Nawaz M. Management of Facial Space Infection in a 9-Year-Old Child - A Case Report. International Journal of Clinical Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Vol. 2, No. 1, 2016, pp. 1-4.doi: 10.11648/j.ijcoms.20160201.11

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viernes, 6 de mayo de 2022

Guide for the surgical management and oral pathology of the pediatric patient

Oral Pathology

To perform a surgical procedure in pediatric patients, we must take into account a series of special considerations, such as knowledge of anatomy, dental development and eruption, behavior and behavior of the patient.

Some of the pathologies that we can frequently find in children that need surgical procedures are: supernumerary and impacted teeth, congenital cysts, mucoceles.

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We share a manual that offers us recommendations and criteria for surgical procedures in pediatric patients and the most common pathological cases (biopsies, cysts, tumors, natal and neonatal teeth, mucocele, granulomas)

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American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Management considerations for pediatric oral surgery and oral pathology. The Reference Manual of Pediatric Dentistry. Chicago, Ill.: American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; 2021:450-60.

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martes, 3 de mayo de 2022

Manchas Blancas: Protocolo de tratamiento

Mancha Blanca

Las manchas blancas son el resultado del proceso de desmineralización del esmalte dental. Pueden estar presente en uno o en varios dientes y están clasificadas de acuerdo a su intensidad (leve. moderada, severa).

Las manchas blancas afectan a los dientes primarios y permanentes, y el odontólogo debe reconocer el agente causante de la desmineralización para realizar un buen tratamiento.

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Pharmacological treatment of oral infections in pediatric dentistry - Recommendations and dose calculation

Pharmacology

When the pediatric patient presents an oral infection, antibiotics should be administered with the objective of controlling the infection and avoiding serious consequences at a systematic level. The correct management of antibiotics is a challenge for many pediatric dentists.

In comparison, the metabolism of a drug in a child is different from that of an adult, so the administration of an antibiotic should be taking into account the diagnosis, age and weight of the pediatric patient.

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The article that we share offers us a review of the proper use of antibiotics in pediatric dentistry, considerations that we must take into account when prescribing antibiotics, and recommendations to calculate the dose in pediatric dentistry.

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Monika Khoja, et al. Use or Misuse of Antibiotics in Pediatric Dentistry!!!. J Dental Sci 2019, 4(2): 000224.

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miércoles, 27 de abril de 2022

Pharmacological management of the behavior of the pediatric patient: Nitrous Oxide and General Anesthesia

Pediatric Dentistry

When pediatric patients attend their dental appointment, it can create a feeling of fear and stress that influences their behavior during the procedure. There are two types of behavior management: pharmacological and non-pharmacological.

When non-pharmacological behavior management techniques have been tried without results, we can use pharmacological methods: conscious sedation and general anesthesia.

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We share two videos that teach us the use of nitrous oxide and general anesthesia as a method of pharmacological control in pediatric patients, touching on topics such as: indications, contraindications, dosage and recommendations.

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lunes, 25 de abril de 2022

Syndromes of the First and Second Branchial Arches - Clinical and radiographic characteristics

Oral Medicine

The formation of the branchial arches can be altered, generating abnormalities that are evident in fistulas or cysts. Alterations in the first and second branchial arches compromise the eyes, nose, mouth, skull, neck, cervical spine, and hands.

For correct treatment, a diagnosis must be made based on the clinical finding and the results of imaging studies (computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging).

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We share two articles that detail the clinical and radiographic characteristics of alterations of the first and second branchial arches.

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Johnson JM, Moonis G, Green GE, Carmody R, Burbank HN. Syndromes of the first and second branchial arches, part 1: embryology and characteristic defects. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2011 Jan;32(1):14-9. doi: 10.3174/ajnr.A2072.

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jueves, 21 de abril de 2022

Formation and development of the face and oral cavity (Orofacial Complex)

Embryology

The formation and development of the face and oral cavity begins in the first branchial arch in the fourth week of intrauterine life. During this process the stomodeum is formed, which is considered the primitive mouth of the embryo.

The formation of the face starts from the five prominences (one frontonasal, two maxillary and two mandibular). The prominences develop giving rise to different regions of the face.

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We share a video with a lot of information about the development and formation of the face and oral cavity (orofacial complex).

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lunes, 18 de abril de 2022

Manual of diagnosis and pulp treatment in non-vital primary teeth

Pulpectomy

Non-vital teeth are those whose nerves lack vitality and there is no blood flow inside. This may be due to deep caries or dental trauma that irreversibly affects the dental pulp.

A correct history, clinical and radiographic evaluation is necessary in these cases to determine the appropriate treatment for these cases (dental extraction, pulpectomy, lesion sterilization tissue repair).

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We share a guide that helps us identify the signs and symptoms of a non-vital tooth, and evaluates the pulp treatment options in non-vital primary teeth.

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Coll JA, Dhar V, Vargas K, et al. Use of Non-Vital Pulp Therapies in Primary Teeth. Pediatr Dent 2020;42(5):337-49.

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sábado, 16 de abril de 2022

Celulitis facial en niños: ¿Cuándo debemos hospitalizar?

Infección odontogénica

Las infecciones odontogénicas son comunes y se presentan tanto en niños como en adultos. La celulitis facial es una infección de evolución rápida que compromete varias regiones cérvico faciales y pone en riesgo la vida del paciente.

La actuación rápida y eficaz (diagnostico y tratamiento) del odontólogo impedirá el avance y la complicación de la celulitis facial de origen odontogénico. En caso de presentarse en niños el avance de la infección es mucho mas rápida por sus características anatómicas y un sistema inmune aun no desarrollado.

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Compartimos un articulo que nos describe el comportamiento de la celulitis facial odontogénica en pacientes pediátricos, y cuales son los criterios que debemos tomar para su hospitalización.

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Vila MD, Fernández CME, González-Longoria CR. Children with facial cellulitis and hospitalization criterion. Rev Cubana Estomatol. 2013;50(3):240-249.

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miércoles, 13 de abril de 2022

Lesiones traumáticas postanestésicas. Manejo y recomendaciones

Medicina Bucal

La anestesia dental es una sustancia que controla y previene las sensaciones dolorosas que pueda generar un tratamiento odontológico. Al administrar esta sustancia en un niño debemos recomendar a sus padres una serie de cuidados para evitar alguna lesión post tratamiento.

Las lesiones postanestésicas son autoinflingidas, y esto se debe a que suceden durante la etapa de insensibilidad por la aplicación de la anestesia dental. La aparición de lesiones como eritemas o ulceras se pueden presentar.

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Cardoso ML, Fernández VR, Galiana AV, et al. Lesiones autoinflingidas postanestésicas. Oral. 2016;17(54):1374-1381.

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lunes, 11 de abril de 2022

Dental Anesthesia: Overdose and Complications in Pediatric Patients

Dental Anesthesia

The use of dental anesthesia helps us control pain and anxiety in dental procedures in pediatric dentistry patients. The pediatric dentist must know the anesthesia application technique, the dose, the anatomical references, and the management of complications due to dental anesthesia.

Knowing the proper dose for the patient avoids the risk of overdose, and knowing the anatomical landmarks ensures correct application of the anesthetic solution.

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We share an article that teaches us to anticipate cases of overdose due to dental anesthesia in pediatric patients, and the behavior that we must have in the face of complications that may arise in the dental office.

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domingo, 10 de abril de 2022

How to handle medical emergencies in pediatric dentistry?

Dental Anesthesia

During dental practice, emergency events can occur that put the life of the pediatric patient at risk. The pediatric dentist must identify emergency manifestations and take immediate and effective action.

The possibility of a medical emergency can be anticipated and reduced by conducting an interview with the parents, medical interconsultation, and a correct anamnesis.

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We share a video that teaches us what should be the immediate behavior that the pediatric dentist should have in the event of a medical emergency in a pediatric patient (syncope / asthma / anaphylaxis)

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Irrigantes en Pulpectomías: ¿Cuál podemos usar?

Pulpectomia

La pulpectomía es un procedimiento odontológico que se encarga de retirar por completo la pulpa dental y de eliminar los microorganismos que se encuentran en los conductos radiculares. Para esos fines se realiza la preparación de los conductos y la irrigación de conductos.

Las soluciones irrigantes deben cumplir una serie de requisitos, por ejemplo, biocompatibilidad, acción antimicrobiana de amplio espectro, disolver tejidos pulpares y barrillo dentinario.

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El uso de un buen irrigante asegura una completa limpieza y desinfección de los conductos radiculares. Compartimos un vídeo que nos enseña cuales son los irrigantes idóneas para una pulpectomía.

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viernes, 8 de abril de 2022

Mandibular tumors in pediatric patients. Report of 04 cases of aggressive tumors

Dental Anesthesia

There are several causes that give rise to a jaw tumor in a pediatric patient, so it is important for the professional to know the clinical characteristics of the lesion. Jaw tumors in children are not frequent, and cause a physical and psychological alteration of the patient.

In these cases, the use of images and a biopsy is necessary to determine the histopathology of the lesion and carry out an appropriate treatment plan.

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We share 04 cases of aggressive mandibular tumors in pediatric patients, of different histopathological origin. The treatment and evolution of the patient are documented.

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domingo, 3 de abril de 2022

Uso del fluoruro diamino de plata en caries temprana de la infancia - Instrucciones e indicaciones

Caries Dental

La caries es una de las enfermedades infecciosas de mayor prevalencia en el mundo, que no distingue edad ni condición social, que causa destrucción de la estructura dental alterando la salud bucal y general de la persona.

La caries temprana es aquella que afecta a la dentición primaria en niños de edad pre escolar. En estos casos es importante las medidas preventivas y de tratamiento en las caries para evitar su avance.

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El fluoruro diamino de plata es de gran utilidad para el tratamiento y prevención de la caries temprana gracias a su fácil aplicación y sus propiedades de remineralización del esmalte y dentina.

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sábado, 2 de abril de 2022

Management of acute orofacial infection of odontogenic origin in children - Diagnosis, clinic and pharmacology

Oral Surgery

Infections of odontogenic origin are those that are generated and evolve from a tooth, either by a process of pulpal or periodontal infection. These infections spread to other tissues and put the patient's life at risk.

The abscess and cellulitis are the manifestations of the progressive phases of the infectious process. It is important to know their differences, and the clinical and pharmacological management.

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We share a clinical and pharmacological management manual for orofacial infections (abscess and cellulitis) of odontogenic origin in children.

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👉 READ AND DOWNLOAD "Management acute orofacial infection of odontogenic origin in children" IN FULL IN PDF👈


Management acute orofacial infection of odontogenic origin in children 1° Edition. 2016. Oral Health Division Ministry of Health Malaysia.

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