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sábado, 24 de julio de 2021

Reimplantation of avulsed permanent teeth after three days: Clinical case in a pediatric patient

Dental emergency

Dental avulsion consists of the total detachment of the tooth from the socket, as a consequence of a strong trauma that affects the oral cavity. Given this urgency, it is important to go to the dentist to be able to reimplant it.

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By means of dental reimplantation, the avulsed tooth is inserted into its socket, and then a clinical and radiographic follow-up is carried out in order to ensure the success of the treatment.

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We share an article that reports two clinical cases of patients who suffered an avulsion, and the teeth were reimplanted after 72 hours. Subsequent evaluation confirms the success of the procedure.

DENTAL ANESTHESIA




Ize‑Iyamu and Saheeb: Reimplantation of avulsed dry permanent teeth after three days. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice • Jan-Mar 2013 • Vol 16 • Issue 1

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martes, 20 de abril de 2021

ORAL REHABILITATION of a child with dentinogenesis imperfecta

Oral Rehabilitation

Imperfect dentinogenesis is a developmental disorder of the dentin (histodifferentiation phase), hereditary, is rare and can affect the primary and permanent dentition.

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The tooth has normal-appearing enamel, but being on defective dentin, it tends to fracture easily. For this reason, the professional must know its characteristics for good management.

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We share the clinical case of an oral rehabilitation of a 05-year-old boy with imperfect dentinogenesis. We can see the treatment plan and the excellent result.

DENTAL ANESTHESIA


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Kelly Maria Silva Moreira / Cibele Aparecida Silva / Rayen Milanao Drugowick / José Carlos Pettorossi Imparato / Juliana Braga Reis Oral rehabilitation of a child with dentinogenesis imperfecta – case report RSBO (Online) vol.12 no.3 Joinville Jul./Set. 2015

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martes, 30 de marzo de 2021

Esthetic restoration of deciduous anterior teeth using prefabricated zirconia crowns: A case report

Oral Rehabilitation

It is common to see pediatric patients who have suffered a fracture of the upper incisors due to trauma. And it is that the hyperactivity of the children exposes them to this type of accidents.

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Depending on the extent and severity of the fracture, it can be recommended from a resin application to a dental crown

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Currently, highly aesthetic materials are available, such as zirconia crowns, to rehabilitate incisors. We share the case of a rehabilitation with zirconia crowns.

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Dr. Aaheli Banerjee - Dr. Aindrila Ghosh - Dr. Piyali Datta - Dr. Shabnam Zahir and Dr. Gautam Kundu Esthetic restoration of deciduous anterior teeth using prefabricated zirconia crowns: A case report International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences 2020; 6(2): 113-115

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viernes, 26 de marzo de 2021

Tooth Preparation for Stainless Steel Crown - Step by step

Stainless Steel Crown

Steel crowns in pediatric dentistry are used to restore a tooth that has lost a lot of structure due to decay or trauma. Returns the chewing and occlusion functions necessary for the patient's oral health

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It is economical and quick to prepare and install, that is why it is used to this day, perhaps its only disadvantage is aesthetics.

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We share a video from the AtoZ Kidsdental channel, which shows us step by step how to prepare a tooth to receive a steel crown.

Oral Rehabilitation


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miércoles, 28 de octubre de 2020

A comprehensive guide to achieving the best results with 3M™ ESPE™ Prefabricated Crowns (Stainless Steel Crowns - Polycarbonate Crowns)

Oral Rehabilitation

Crowns are used when the primary molar has been affected by extensive caries or a dental fracture. In both cases, the tooth structure is compromised and the crowns offer stability and durability of the tooth.

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One of the great benefits of 3M crowns is that they offer long-term coverage, ensuring durability.

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In pediatric dentistry, the main objective is to maintain the primary tooth, so as not to affect chewing or the eruption or location of the permanent tooth. We share a complete guide to placing the different 3M precast crowns.

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martes, 6 de octubre de 2020

Hybrid nano-resin esthetic crowns in primary teeth. Case report

Oral Rehabilitation

Currently the oral rehabilitation of children have more aesthetic alternatives, leaving behind the metal crowns that lack this benefit. The loss of one or more teeth in children is due to extensive caries processes, or due to an accident, putting the proper development of the occlusion at risk.

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Adhesion is the best ally of modern dentistry, as it ensures a lasting and aesthetic rehabilitation. Although the aprismatic layer and the thin thickness of the enamel of the primary teeth are one of the biggest obstacles, it is not an impediment to an optimal result.

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The objective of the work that we share today is to show a clinical case of oral rehabilitation with indirect composites. All the details of this interesting case below.

Endodontics




° Rojas RA, Gasca AG. Hybrid nano-resin esthetic crowns in primary teeth. Case report. Rev Odont Mex. 2014;18(4):255-258.

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domingo, 27 de septiembre de 2020

Pediatric Zirconia Crown Technique - Anterior and Posterior

Oral Rehabilitation

Pediatric crowns recover aesthetics and chewing function lost due to the absence of one or more deciduous teeth, either due to caries or dental trauma.

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They can also be used when the color of the deciduous tooth is very altered or has defects in its structure. Zirconia crowns are very aesthetic and resistant, and do not use metal inside, so it gives a natural appearance.

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We share with you the preparation of a deciduous tooth for the placement of a pediatric zirconium crown, thanks to the didactic video of the Sprig channel.

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martes, 22 de septiembre de 2020

Crowns in Pediatric Dentistry: A Review

Dental Crowns

Maintenance of the primary dentition in a nonpathologicand healthy condition is importantfor the overall well being of the child. Treatment of the severely destructed teeth poses a challenge for the pediatric dentist as three important considerations have to be kept in mind, patient’s behavioral management, preservation of the tooth structure and parental satisfaction.

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The technological advances in dental materials for use on children that have occurred in the past few decades make constant re-evaluation of our treatment philosophies and techniques a necessitybecause what was an acceptable treatment approach in the past may not necessarily be the best treatment option for our young patients today.

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Effort has been made to bring together the various approaches for full coverage restorations in pediatric dental practice. Each technique and material carries its own advantages and disadvantages.

Endodontics


Many options exist to repair carious teeth in pediatric patientsas is discussed, from stainless steel crowns to its various modifications to other esthetic crowns like strip crowns and zirconium crowns which are rising in their popularity.



° Garg V, Panda A, Shah J, Panchal P. Crowns in pediatric dentistry: A review. J Adv Med Dent Scie Res 2016;4(2):41-46.

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jueves, 2 de julio de 2020

Preformed crowns for decayed primary molar teeth (Review)

Dental Emergency

Dental caries (tooth decay) affects around 60% to 90% of children globally (WHO Report 2003). It most commonly occurs in primary (baby) molar (back) teeth. If left unmanaged, dental caries will progress to give pain and infection, the consequences of which are unnecessary suffering, and lost days at school (Gift 1992).

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There is evidence of a linear relationship between higher levels of caries and anthropometric outcomes (height, weight and body mass index (BMI)) (Alkarimi 2014).

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Untreated dental caries has an adverse effect on children’s ability to grow and thrive (Sheiham 2006), and in underweight children, extraction of severely carious primary teeth can improve weight gain (Monse 2012).

Teeth undergo a constant process of demineralisation (caused by the acids and enzymes produced by cariogenic bacteria in the dental biofilm (plaque)) and remineralisation (from protective factors such as fluoride and salivary components).

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Dental caries occurs when the rate of demineralisation is greater than that of remineralisation. When dissolution of enamel and dentine leads to cavitation (a hole in the tooth), the carious lesion can no longer be cleaned and it becomes more difficult to arrest the caries process as the biofilm becomes more sheltered, which favours the cariogenic bacteria (Fejerskov 2015).



° odontologiapediatrica.com
° Cochrane Library / Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
° Innes NPT, Ricketts D, Chong LY, Keightley AJ, Lamont T, Santamaria RM

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jueves, 7 de mayo de 2020

Preparation of stainless steel crown for the rehabilitation of primary molars

Stainless Steel Crown

Steel crowns are the best method of rehabilitation for primary molar teeth, when they have suffered a fracture, extensive caries or some formation pathology.


The aesthetics are not liked by the patient, but it continues to be the material of first choice, due to the benefits it presents. The video that we share below shows us the steps to follow to make and adapt the steel crowns in pediatric dentistry.

ORAL HYGIENE


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jueves, 16 de abril de 2020

How many types of dental bridges are there? - Recommendation for your care

Dental Bridges

There are several alternatives to replace the missing dental pieces, one of them is fixed dental bridges. Fixed bridges are called prosthetics that replace missing teeth and provide a bridge that joins adjacent teeth.


The dentist will recommend the fixed bridge that suits you, after a clinical analysis of your mouth. There are three common types of dental bridges, and these are the traditional, cantilever and maryland bridge. This type of prosthesis last for many years, approximately 10 years, as long as there is good hygiene.

Dental Prostheses


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