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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.

Oral Surgery


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miércoles, 6 de abril de 2022

Manual of Local Anesthesia - Anesthetic techniques and anatomical references

Dental Anesthesia

Stress and fear are present in patients when they undergo invasive dental procedures, so proper administration of dental anesthesia ensures a painless, fast and effective dental procedure.

The professional must know the appropriate administration technique for the dental procedure, the anatomical references, and the recommended dose for the patient.

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We share a dental anesthesia manual, which teaches us in a practical and simple way the different anesthetic techniques and their anatomical references.

Dental Anesthesia


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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.

Oral Surgery


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

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jueves, 31 de marzo de 2022

Facial swelling in a pediatric patient - Causes, clinical and radiological manifestations

Oral Surgery

It is common to find some type of facial swelling in pediatric patients, so it is necessary to know its clinical manifestations and a correct anamnesis. We must bear in mind that the cause of a swelling is diverse.

In these cases, the use of computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging is recommended to determine the extent and involvement of the swelling. Rhabdomyosarcoma, osteogenic sarcoma and Ewing's sarcoma should be taken into account in the differential diagnosis.

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We share an article that tells us about and classifies the different causes and clinical manifestations of facial swelling in pediatric patients. It also teaches us how to identify facial swellings on CT scans and MRIs.

Oral Surgery


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Causes of Facial Swelling in Pediatric Patients: Correlation of Clinical and Radiologic Findings Geetika Khanna, Yutaka Sato, Richard J. H. Smith, Nancy M. Bauman, and Jeffrey Nerad RadioGraphics 2006 26:1, 157-171

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martes, 29 de marzo de 2022

Inferior alveolar nerve block Technique For Children - Tips and tricks

Dental Anesthesia

Dental anesthesia blocks the painful sensations that result from a dental procedure, thus controlling the stress and fear that patients have. There are several anesthetic application techniques in dentistry, each one of them block specific regions.

The inferior alveolar nerve block technique is one of the most used, because it blocks the painful sensations of half of the tongue, lip, teeth and bone of the lower jaw.

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In pediatric dentistry, the inferior alveolar nerve block technique can be quite a challenge, and the video that we share offers several tips and tricks for its administration in pediatric patients.

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lunes, 28 de marzo de 2022

Odontogenic facial cellulitis in a pediatric patient - Diagnosis, treatment and multidisciplinary management

Oral Surgery

Facial cellulitis is an infectious process, usually odontogenic, that puts the life of the pediatric patient at serious risk if it does not have the appropriate treatment. The immune system of the child patient is not developed enough to deal with this type of infection.

Facial cellulite spreads to other anatomical regions, aponeurotic plane and tissue spaces. Clinically, facial cellulite is of a soft consistency and with inflammatory signs. Early diagnosis and treatment prevents serious consequences of cellulite.

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Treatment of facial cellulite in an infant must be immediate, and multidisciplinary management is necessary in many cases. We share an article that teaches us how to identify, diagnose and treat facial cellulite in pediatric patients.

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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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lunes, 21 de marzo de 2022

What is a dry socket? All you need to know

Dry Socket

Dry socket is the inflammation of the dental alveolus, and it happens after a post-extraction dental complication, it is very painful, and infrequent, but with the right treatment it disappears in a few days.

The post-surgical recommendations of the dental surgeon are intended to avoid post-operative complications, such as: inflammation and hemorrhage. The patient must take into account the recommendations of the surgeon.

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We share a video that explains everything you need to know about dry socket: signs, symptoms, causes, and the importance of the surgeon's post-operative recommendations.

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martes, 15 de marzo de 2022

Pediatric Anesthesia in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Dental Anesthesia

We start by saying that an adult patient is not the same as a pediatric patient. The anatomy and physiology are completely different, and these values must be taken into account when planning a surgical treatment.

The use of anesthesia reduces stress and anxiety during surgical procedures, but it is important to know how to handle the formulas to calculate the dose in pediatric patients.

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We share a complete article that points out the anatomical and physiological differences of the pediatric patient, the anesthetic techniques for a surgical procedure, and the anesthetic considerations in the case of special patients.

Oral Surgery


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Deepak G Krishnan. Oral Maxillofac Surg Clin North Am. 2018 May.

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domingo, 27 de febrero de 2022

Techniques and recommendations for an extraction in pediatric dentistry

Oral Surgery

Dental extraction is a dental treatment that consists of removing a tooth that has been affected by extensive caries, and that cannot be rehabilitated.

When extracting a primary tooth, we must bear in mind that the technique and patient management is different when this treatment is performed on an adult.

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We share an article that teaches us what are the recommended techniques for dental extraction in children, and offers us several recommendations for a better surgical procedure in pediatric dentistry.

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Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry, First Edition. Edited by Jane A. Soxman. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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miércoles, 9 de febrero de 2022

Oral Surgery: Use of laser in lingual frenectomy in pediatric patients

Oral Surgery

The frenectomy is the surgical act that is performed on the labial or lingual frenulum. This procedure is performed when the frenulum generates limits the movements of the lip or tongue.

Among the benefits of using laser in frenectomy are: a quick surgical procedure, and a shorter and less painful post-operative period. Other benefits are: it promotes hemostasis and sterilizes the surgical site.

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We share an interesting clinical case of a 7-year-old girl referred by the orthodontist for a lingual frenectomy. In the article we can find the benefits of using laser in frenectomy.

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domingo, 23 de enero de 2022

Management of acute orofacial infection of odontogenic origin in children - PDF Guide

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In professional practice it is common to find odontogenic infections, both in children and adults. Odontogenic infections are those whose origin is the teeth or supporting tissues.

This infection can invade different neighboring anatomical spaces, compromising the general health of the pediatric patient. That is why early evaluation and treatment of any infection that appears in the oral cavity is important.

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We share an interesting care manual for pediatric patients who present an odontogenic acute infectious process, whose main objective is to contribute to the knowledge and management of orofacial infections in children.

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lunes, 17 de enero de 2022

Antimicrobial therapies for odontogenic infections in children and adolescents

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Oral infections are common in children and adolescents, and treatment must be treated in an effective and timely manner. Infectious processes occur when there is an imbalance in the patient's oral flora.

The use of antibiotics must be rational to avoid drug resistance of microorganisms (microbial resistance). Odontogenic infections can arise from caries or a periodontal problem, sometimes they can be due to dental trauma or iatrogenesis.

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We share a literature review that establishes guidelines for antimicrobial therapy in infections of odontogenic origin and clinical recommendations.

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Antimicrobial therapies for odontogenic infections in children and adolescents. Literature review and clinical recomendations was published in J Oral Res 2014; 3(1): 50-56 (DOI: 10.17126/joralres.2014.013).

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jueves, 9 de diciembre de 2021

Surgical excision of mucocele with local anesthesia in an 8-month-old baby

Oral Surgery

The mucocele is a common cyst of the minor salivary glands, and is produced by the accumulation or retention of mucosa as a consequence of an obstruction or trauma to the salivary duct.

The mucocele has a bluish or translucent color, and its size can be from millimeters to centimeters in diameter. It is rare to find a mucocele in a newborn baby.

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Gurgel, C.V., Neto, N.L., Geller-Palti, D., Sakai, V.T., Oliveira, T.M., & Machado, M.A. (2012). Surgical excision of mucocele with local anesthesia in an 8-month-old baby.

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lunes, 6 de diciembre de 2021

How to prevent infections after third molar extraction?

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The extraction of the third molar is one of the most frequent surgical procedures in the dental clinic. Currently surgical techniques are safe and effective.

The surgeon must recommend to the patient a series of measures that aim to avoid infection of the wound. The third molars are extracted to avoid future problems: accumulation of food, bad breath, pain and inflammation.


We share a video that recommends us what we should do after tooth extraction to avoid infectious processes.

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martes, 23 de noviembre de 2021

Virtual Library - Wisdom Teeth: Everything you need to know

Wisdom Teeth

The third molars, also known as wisdom teeth, are the last molars to appear in the dental arch, in an age range between 16 and 25 years. When these teeth are retained they can cause pain, food accumulation or pericoronitis.

The presence of this molar generates doubts and fear in the patient, and the dental community is in charge of clearing all the questions and myths that have been created.

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We share an interesting list of articles and videos that answer all the questions about wisdom teeth.


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martes, 21 de septiembre de 2021

Tooth Extraction: Post-Surgical Care and Tips

Oral surgery

Tooth extractions are surgical procedures performed on teeth that have suffered extensive decay or severe irreparable trauma. This procedure should be performed by experienced dental professionals.

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The professional should talk with the patient about the care that he should have to avoid complications after the surgical procedure. Some of these complications can be: bleeding or infections.


We share an educational video about post-surgical care from the Dental Coach channel.

Oral Surgery



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