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miércoles, 9 de noviembre de 2022

Frequent oral pathologies in the newborn - Diagnosis and treatment (cysts, infections, tumors)


The newborn can present a series of pathologies that must be detected in time for early treatment. Sometimes the obstetrician or pediatrician does not recognize oral alterations, so evaluation by a pediatric dentist is important.

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Some of the pathologies can cause limitations in feeding and in the development of the baby, so it is necessary to explain and guide the parents about the alterations found, the repercussions and the appropriate treatment.


The video that we share details the most common oral pathologies in neonates, detailing their etiology, clinical characteristics, diagnosis and treatment.

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Youtube/ Dr Mandana Donoghue

jueves, 3 de noviembre de 2022

What is Oral Candidiasis? - Everything you need to know - Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment


The Candida Albicans fungus, responsible for oral candidiasis, lives in our oral cavity together with other microorganisms but does not generate any pathological alteration.

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The disease manifests itself when the balance of the bacterial flora is disturbed or the patient's immunity decreases. Candida albicans most commonly affects infants and older adults, as they often have reduced immunity.


All the information about Oral Candidiasis and its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the video that we share below.

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Youtube/ TaughtWell SimplifyEd

lunes, 31 de octubre de 2022

Molar Incisor Hypomineralization: Minimally Invasive Treatments - Step by Step


The tooth affected by molar incisor hypomineralization has a porous appearance with brown, yellow and opaque white stains. It is of unknown etiology and the patient is affected in aesthetics.

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The patient may present sensitivity, and an accelerated wear of the dental structure. The risk of caries is high and must be treated to prevent tooth loss.


We share the management protocol and techniques of minimally invasive treatments that exist for molar incisor hypomineralization.

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Fragelli, Camila & Souza, Juliana & Jeremias, Fabiano & Cordeiro, Rita & Santos-Pinto, Lourdes. (2015). Molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH): conservative treatment management to restore affected teeth. Brazilian oral research.

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Fuente: Youtube/ Elevate Oral Care

lunes, 17 de octubre de 2022

Dental anesthesia in Pediatric Dentistry - Free scientific articles, videos and clinical cases

Dental anesthesia

The use of local anesthetics in pediatric dentistry allows us to perform several invasive procedures without causing pain or stress to the patient, achieving a successful result in their treatment.

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Sedation in pediatric patients is necessary when treatments are complex, the most frequent methods are: nitrous oxide (gas) and oral sedation. In exceptional cases, general anesthesia is used.


We share a complete list of scientific articles, manuals and videos on the use, management, care, techniques and emergency of dental anesthesia in pediatric dentistry.

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Manual of Local Anesthesia - Anesthetic techniques and anatomical references

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Local anesthesia calculations: How to avoid overdose and toxicity in pediatric patients?

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Considerations for Pediatric Local Anesthesia

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sábado, 17 de septiembre de 2022

Bionator Appliance: Objectives, Indications, Advantages and Disadvantages


The Bionator is a functional appliance created by Balters, and is used to treat Class II Division 1, Class III malocclusions and open bites. It is also used in patients with temporomandibular disorders.

The Bionator must be used for a long time by the patient, in this way we can observe satisfactory results. One of the advantages is that it is a comfortable functional device for the patient.


We share a video that details the advantages, disadvantages, indications and contraindications of the Bionator.


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jueves, 15 de septiembre de 2022

Ankyloglossia in infants - Diagnosis and surgical protocol

Oral Surgery

Ankyloglossia is characterized by a short lingual frenulum that limits the mobility of the tongue. This congenital anomaly causes difficulties in breastfeeding and speech problems in the future.

There are several signs and symptoms that we must be aware of, such as: long-term breastfeeding, straining of the infant, pain in the mother's nipple. Treatment for ankyloglossia is outpatient surgery with local anesthesia.


We share the signs and symptoms for a correct diagnosis of ankyloglossia in infants and the surgical aspects of its treatment.

Oral Surgery

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Parri Ferrandis FJ. Ankyloglossia in infants: surgical aspects. Cir Pediatr. 2021 Apr 1;34(2):59-62. English, Spanish. PMID: 33826256.


Fuente: Youtube / PAK Pediatrics

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sábado, 10 de septiembre de 2022

Correct use of analgesics and anti-inflammatories in pediatric dentistry - Indications and secondary effects


Analgesics and anti-inflammatories, together with antibiotics, are the drugs most used in dentistry. Analgesics are used to reduce and control pain, and anti-inflammatories prevent and reduce inflammatory processes.

The professional must know the properties and protocols of all the drugs that he is going to prescribe. In the same way he must prevent and control unwanted side effects.


We share an article that updates the correct prescription of analgesics and anti-inflammatories, and reports on contraindications and unwanted side effects of drugs.


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Lupșe, Irina & Muntean, Alexandrina & Chiș, Ioana-Andreea & Daniliuc, Anca-Ioana & Ghergie, Mircea. (2021). ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES AND ANALGESICS IN PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY. Romanian Journal of Stomatology. 67. 71-75. 10.37897/RJS.2021.2.1.

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Fuente: Youtube / Sumi's Pedosthan

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