Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Oral Rehabilitation. Mostrar todas las entradas
Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Oral Rehabilitation. Mostrar todas las entradas

martes, 28 de junio de 2022

Why do stainless steel crowns fail?

Stainless steel crown

When primary molars lose a lot of dental tissue due to extensive caries or trauma, it is necessary to rehabilitate them with preformed steel crowns, which have a high success rate.

Stainless steel crowns are placed in an easy-to-perform, one-appointment procedure and are inexpensive. There are cases of failure that are the reason for this study.

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We share a study that analyzes the causes and reasons for the failure of stainless steel crowns in pediatric dentistry, taking into account clinical analyzes and data in the literature.

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Prakash AS (2020) Crowns in pediatric dentistry –A Review on the failures. Oral Health Care 5: DOI: 10.15761/OHC.1000193.

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domingo, 19 de junio de 2022

Stainless Steel Crowns: Adaptation and installation - Step by step

Hall Technique

Steel crowns in pediatric dentistry are a method of restoring primary teeth that are severely affected by caries or dental trauma, in this way natural exfoliation is expected.

Steel crowns are the most used for their easy adaptation, installation and low cost. Currently, the Hall technique is used, which simplifies the procedure for installing metal crowns.

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The video that we share teaches us everything related to steel crowns, advantages, disadvantages, and how to select the appropriate crown. It also teaches us the step-by-step adaptation and installation of steel crowns in pediatric dentistry.

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lunes, 13 de junio de 2022

Modified Hall technique in hypomineralized molar

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Enamel hypomineralization is a developmental defect, it does not have a defined cause although it is related to systemic or environmental alterations during the first three years of life.

Molars with hypomineralized enamel are susceptible to erosion and caries. The rehabilitation of the molars is necessary to avoid early tooth loss, and in this case a steel crown was placed with the modified Hall technique.

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We share the management of severely hypomineralized molars using the modified Hall technique, indicating its advantages, objectives and the step-by-step process.

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Quintero Y, Leite de Farias A, Restrepo M, Santos-Pinto L. Modified Hall technique for severely hypomineralized molars. Report of cases. Rev. CES Odont 2021; 34(1): 118-124

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miércoles, 1 de junio de 2022

Hall technique: Complete information for the treatment of carious primary molars

Hall Technique

Caries is an infectious process that seriously affects dental enamel, and when it is not treated in time, it endangers the permanence of the tooth in the oral cavity.

Steel crowns are used in pediatric dentistry when primary teeth are severely damaged by dental caries. They are usually placed after pulp treatment and in hypoplastic teeth.

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The objective of the article is to provide adequate information on the Hall technique, indications, contraindications, disadvantages, and the cost-effectiveness of this procedure. A complete analysis of this rehabilitation technique for carious primary teeth.

Hall Technique


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Altoukhi DH, El-Housseiny AA. Hall Technique for Carious Primary Molars: A Review of the Literature. Dent J (Basel). 2020 Jan 17;8(1):11. doi: 10.3390/dj8010011. PMID: 31963463; PMCID: PMC7148518.

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martes, 8 de febrero de 2022

Celluloid Strip Crown for Primary Anterior Tooth Restoration - Step by step

Pediatric Dentistry

Baby bottle tooth decay occurs at a very early age, especially in the upper incisors. It causes the destruction of dental tissue, even leading to the loss of the primary tooth.

Oral rehabilitation is necessary to restore chewing function and prevent changes in the eruption of permanent teeth and future malocclusions. In dentistry, resins and celluloid crowns are used to rehabilitate anterior teeth.

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We share a video that teaches us step by step how anterior primary teeth are rehabilitated with celluloid crowns.
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domingo, 6 de febrero de 2022

Prosthetic Rehabilitation in a Four-year-old Child with Severe Early Childhood Caries

Oral Rehabilitation

Severe caries in childhood affects several teeth in both arches and occurs in children under 05 years of age. The lesion spreads and in many cases compromises the dental pulp.

Oral rehabilitation restores the different functions lost due to the destruction and absence of teeth. Thanks to the rehabilitation, a correct dental and maxillary development is ensured.

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We share the case of a 4-year-old girl who presented coronal destruction in several teeth. She was rehabilitated with steel crowns, celluloid crowns, orthodontic treatment and removable partial dentures.

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Parisotto, Thaís & Souza-E-Silva, Cintia & Steiner-Oliveira, Carolina & Nobre dos Santos, Marinês & Gavião, Maria Beatriz. (2009). Prosthetic Rehabilitation in a Four-year-old Child with Severe Early Childhood Caries: A Case Report. The journal of contemporary dental practice. 10. 90-7. 10.5005/jcdp-10-2-90.

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martes, 25 de enero de 2022

Step-by-step preparation of molars and primary incisors for Zirconia crowns

Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia crowns are a great esthetic, biocompatible and resistant alternative for dental rehabilitation of pediatric patients. They are used when the tooth has been affected by extensive caries or dental trauma.

The greatest benefit of Zirconia crowns is aesthetics, compared to stainless steel crowns. At the time of preparation, a series of considerations must be taken by the pediatric dentist.


We share two interesting videos that show us how is the preparation of the molars and primary incisors for the placement of Zirconia crowns.

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