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miércoles, 9 de noviembre de 2022

Frequent oral pathologies in the newborn - Diagnosis and treatment (cysts, infections, tumors)

oral-pathology

The newborn can present a series of pathologies that must be detected in time for early treatment. Sometimes the obstetrician or pediatrician does not recognize oral alterations, so evaluation by a pediatric dentist is important.

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Some of the pathologies can cause limitations in feeding and in the development of the baby, so it is necessary to explain and guide the parents about the alterations found, the repercussions and the appropriate treatment.

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The video that we share details the most common oral pathologies in neonates, detailing their etiology, clinical characteristics, diagnosis and treatment.

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jueves, 3 de noviembre de 2022

What is Oral Candidiasis? - Everything you need to know - Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

Periodoncia

The Candida Albicans fungus, responsible for oral candidiasis, lives in our oral cavity together with other microorganisms but does not generate any pathological alteration.

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The disease manifests itself when the balance of the bacterial flora is disturbed or the patient's immunity decreases. Candida albicans most commonly affects infants and older adults, as they often have reduced immunity.

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All the information about Oral Candidiasis and its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the video that we share below.

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lunes, 10 de octubre de 2022

Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis in a pediatric patient - Characteristics and treatment

Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis

Hereditary gingival fibromatosis is a rare, benign, genetic disorder characterized by progressive enlargement of the gingival tissue. It has no symptoms and can be generalized or localized.

The increase in the gum prevents or delays the eruption of primary or permanent teeth, also affects the aesthetics of the patient, generating diastemas and dental malposition. Treatment is surgical removal of the gingival tissue.

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We share the clinical case report of a pediatric patient with hereditary gingival fibromatosis, the clinical and histological characteristics, diagnosis and treatment are addressed.

Oral Medicine


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Cunha JLS, Ramos MACDC, Regis DM, Sanchéz-Romero C, de Andrade ME, Bezerra BT, de Albuquerque-Júnior RLC. Generalized hereditary gingival fibromatosis in a child: clinical, histopathological and therapeutic aspects. Autops Case Rep. 2020 Jan 21;10(1):e2020140.

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martes, 26 de julio de 2022

TMJ ankylosis in pediatric patients - Signs and symptoms

TMJ

TMJ ankylosis is a pathology that consists of the fusion of the components of the joint with the mandibular fossa of the temporal. It may be unilateral or bilateral.

The displacement and movement of the TMJ is partially or totally limited, complicating eating and speaking. Treatment for TMJ ankylosis is surgery and physical therapy.

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We share a study on the causes, signs, symptoms and treatment of temporomandibular joint ankylosis in children, as well as the success of surgical treatment.

TMJ


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Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis In Children. Mzubanzi Mabongo. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 12, Issue 5 (Nov.- Dec. 2013), PP 35-41


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lunes, 27 de junio de 2022

Craniofacial syndromes and oral anomalies. Characteristics and clinical cases

Oral Medicine

Craniofacial malformations are congenital and come from poor development of the first and second brachial arches, sometimes they are associated with a syndrome. The causes are varied, they can be due to infection, radiation or chemicals.

Syndromes are a group of signs and symptoms that occur together and characterize a disease, may be of known or unknown etiology. There is a great variety of syndromes and craniofacial malformations, and each one of them has different characteristics that it is necessary to know.

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We share a complete review of different malformations and craniofacial syndromes taking into account their dento-oro-maxillofacial characteristics, and presenting cases of dental interest.

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Salerno, C.; D’Avola, V.; Oberti, L.; Almonte, E.; Bazzini, E.M.; Tartaglia, G.M.; Cagetti, M.G. Rare Genetic Syndromes and Oral Anomalies: A Review of the Literature and Case Series with a New Classification Proposal. Children 2022, 9, 12. https://doi.org/10.3390/children9010012

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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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domingo, 31 de enero de 2021

Neonatal tooth with Riga-Fede disease affecting breastfeeding: A case report

Neonatal tooth

Neonatal teeth are those that erupt in the first weeks of life, unlike natal teeth that are present in the oral cavity at birth. The presence of these teeth has an impact on breastfeeding and on the baby's oral health.

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Neonatal teeth generate an ulcer in the sublingual region, and it is known as Riga-Fede disease. Breastfeeding is compromised by the discomfort generated by the ulcer.

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We share an article that describes the characteristics of neonatal teeth and their implications for the health and breastfeeding of the baby.

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Jamani, N.A., Ardini, Y.D. & Harun, N.A. Neonatal tooth with Riga-Fide disease affecting breastfeeding: a case report. Int Breastfeed J 13, 35 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13006-018-0176-7
Image: Adone Baroni MD / Carlo Capristo MD / Luigi Rossiello MD / Franco Faccenda MD / Rocco Alfredo Satriano MD
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