Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Pediatric Dentistry. Mostrar todas las entradas
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martes, 14 de septiembre de 2021

Severe early childhood caries: an integral approach

Dental Caries

It is considered early childhood caries, when the carious process affects one or more primary teeth in children under 06 years of age. This infection is of multifactorial etiology, transmissible and of rapid development.

Treatment will depend on the extent of the injuries and requires interdisciplinary management to achieve successful rehabilitation. In these cases the cooperation of the parents is necessary.

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We share a comprehensive article that covers severe early childhood caries and the comprehensive approach recommended for these cases.

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Losso EM, Tavares MC, Silva JY, Urban Cde A. Severe early childhood caries: an integral approach. J Pediatr (Rio J). 2009;85(4):295-300:

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mi茅rcoles, 18 de agosto de 2021

Pulp Cap and Pulpotomy in Pediatric Trauma Cases

Pulpotomy

Dental trauma can affect the tooth at different levels, even leading to the total loss of the tooth. When the trauma affects the dental pulp, the case should be evaluated to determine what treatment should be performed.

When the dental pulp is compromised by a lesion, a pulpectomy, pulpotomy or pulp capping can be performed. The objective of these treatments is to keep the primary tooth in the mouth.

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We share a video where Dr. Joe Camp explains the importance of pulp capping and pulpotomy in primary teeth that have suffered dental trauma.

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We share an interesting video that shows us how to perform a pulpotomy step by step, indicating the materials and the steps that we must follow.

Oral Medicine


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s谩bado, 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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viernes, 23 de julio de 2021

Riga Fede Disease Treatment: Case Report

Riga Fede Disease

Riga Fede disease is an ulcer that appears on the ventral aspect of the tongue of newborn babies or infants with natal or neonatal teeth. These ulcers are painful and are involved in feeding babies.

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The presence of natal or neonatal teeth are not common, and usually appear in the lower jaw at the level of the central incisors. The intervention of the pediatric dentist is necessary for the evaluation and adequate treatment.

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We share an article that presents the case of a 20-day-old baby whose feeding was affected by a 5 x 8 mm ulcer on the tongue.

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Alahmari, A. (2017). Management of Riga-Fede disease: A Case Report. Dentistry 3000, 7, 1-3.

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martes, 13 de julio de 2021

Clinical recognition of mouth breathing children

mouth breathing

Mouth breathing can be caused by an obstruction or an inappropriate habit. In both situations they generate an imbalance between the bone and muscular structures of the skull.

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Early evaluation and treatment are important to avoid the serious consequences of mouth breathing, and dentists are the first professionals to be able to recognize a patient with mouth breathing.

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We share an interesting guide to recognize the clinical manifestations of a child who breathes through the mouth.

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Pacheco MCT, Casagrande CF, Teixeira LP, Finck NS, Ara煤jo MTM. Guidelines proposal for clinical recognition of mouth breathing children. Dental Press J Orthod. 2015 July-Aug;20(4):39-44. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2176-9451.20.4.039-044.oar

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s谩bado, 5 de junio de 2021

Dentistry Book: Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry 1st Edition - by Jane A. Soxman

Pediatric Dentistry

The Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry provides the clinician with an increased level of expertise and skills for timely identification and intervention for various presentations in the developing dentition.

It also clearly describes procedures for treatment in the primary and young permanent dentitions, including pulp therapy for primary and young permanent molars, extractions, space maintenance, and more.

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The most commonly encountered treatment needs are discussed with the goal of increasing clinician and staff confidence while decreasing chair-time and stress.

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With an emphasis on practical instruction, The Handbook of Clinical Techniques in Pediatric Dentistry is ideal for pediatric and general dentists, pediatric residents, and dental students taking clinical pediatric courses.

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domingo, 23 de mayo de 2021

Tooth development (Odontogenesis): 3D animated video

Embryology

Odontogenesis is the process of formation and development of teeth, it consists of 4 phases: dental lamina, bud, cap and bell. This process begins in the sixth week of embryonic development.

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The buds or shoots appear in each jaw (upper and lower) and they are responsible for forming the enamel.

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We share an interesting 3D animated video of the odontogenesis process, where we can observe the formation of the dental crown.



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