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lunes, 19 de febrero de 2024

Mucocele in Pediatric Dentistry: Clinical and pathological characteristics

Mucocele

Mucocele is a benign lesion that occurs in the oral mucosa and is the product of an alteration in the minor salivary glands. It is recognized as a swelling with mucous content, well circumscribed, and bluish in color.

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The presence of a mucocele may be due to trauma or ductal obstruction. The treatment is surgical and anesthesia is local, but depending on the behavior of the pediatric patient it can be performed with general anesthesia.

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👉 "Salivary Mucoceles in Children and Adolescents: A Clinicopathological Study" 👈

Poulopoulos A, Andreadis D, Parcharidis E, Grivea I, Syrogiannopoulos G, et al. (2017) Salivary Mucoceles in Children and Adolescents: A Clinicopathological Study. Glob J Medical Clin Case Rep 4(1): 011-014. DOI: 10.17352/2455-5282.000035

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👉 "MUCOCELES OF MINOR SALIVARY GLANDS IN CHILDREN. OWN CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS" 👈

Lewandowski B, Brodowski R, Pakla P, Makara A, Stopyra W, Startek B. Mucoceles of minor salivary glands in children. Own clinical observations. Dev Period Med. 2016;20(3):235-242. PMID: 27941195.

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lunes, 12 de febrero de 2024

Appropriate use of antibiotics in pediatric odontogenic infections

Pharmacology

Oral infections in pediatric patients can trigger a severe septic condition that can put the patient's life at risk. The appropriate use of antibiotics is effective in the treatment of oral infections of odontogenic origin.

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Knowledge of antibiotic pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics prevents resistance and adverse drug reactions. In addition, we must take a correct anamnesis to avoid allergic processes.

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We share updated information on the appropriate use of antibiotics in infectious processes of odontogenic origin in pediatric patients.

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👉 "Use of Antibiotic Therapy for Pediatric Dental Patients" 👈


American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Use of antibiotic therapy for pediatric dental patients. The Reference Manual of Pediatric Dentistry. Chicago, Ill.: American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; 2023:537-41.

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lunes, 8 de enero de 2024

What is Ludwig's Angina? What are the symptoms and treatment?

Ludwig's Angina

Dental caries is a disease that affects children and adults, and its presence affects the dental structure. When this progress is not stopped, it can put the general health and life of the patient at risk.

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Ludwig's angina is a serious infectious process and its treatment is based on clinical, pharmacological and surgical management.

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👉 "A Severe Case of Ludwig’s Angina with a Complicated Clinical Course" 👈


Kovalev V (April 16, 2020) A Severe Case of Ludwig’s Angina with a Complicated Clinical Course. Cureus 12(4): e7695. DOI 10.7759/cureus.7695

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viernes, 27 de octubre de 2023

What is dental abscess? - Causes, diagnosis and treatment

Oral medicine

The progression of caries destroys the tooth structure and compromises the pulp, spreading the infection to the alveolar bone. The infectious process causes excruciating pain and requires immediate treatment.

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Tooth abscess presents several signs and symptoms, the main ones being: intense pain when chewing, swelling, accumulation of pus and general discomfort.

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👉 "Management of Oral Parafunctional Habits: A Case Report" 👈


Compiled by the GOSH web team in collaboration with the Child and Family Information Group Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3JH www.gosh.nhs.uk

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miércoles, 13 de septiembre de 2023

Post-extraction care for wisdom teeth - Tips and recommendations

Oral Surgery

When wisdom teeth do not have enough space to emerge properly it can cause inflammation, pain and infection. In these cases, the wisdom tooth (third molar) must be extracted.

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The procedure is outpatient, and the patient must comply with the pre- and post-operative recommendations. These recommendations aim to avoid some complications such as hemorrhages and alveolitis.

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sábado, 24 de junio de 2023

How to manage dental infections? - Specific pharmacological treatment

dental infections

Various types of infections (caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, etc.) can originate in the oral cavity, all of them of different severity. In some cases they can put the patient's life at risk and require hospital care.

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The dentist must recognize the symptoms, the clinical and pharmacological management of odontogenic infections, in order to act immediately and thus avoid the aggravation of the conditions.

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Let us know the causative agents of odontogenic infections and the clinical management and specific pharmacological treatment for each of them.

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👉 "How are odontogenic infections best managed?" 👈


J Can Dent Assoc 2010;76:a37

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Manual of extraction techniques in pediatric dentistry - Step by step

Oral surgery

Tooth extraction is a routine treatment in the pediatric dentist's office. This procedure is performed when the tooth presents a deep caries and impossible reconstruction, fracture due to trauma, eruptive problems.

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The characteristics of the primary teeth and the presence of the germs of the permanent teeth must be taken into account when performing a dental extraction.

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Chapter 8: Extraction of Primary Dentition From Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry. Edited by Jane A. Soxman

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