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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.

Hall technique


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Source: Youtube/ Pediatric Dentistry Simplified

miércoles, 27 de abril de 2022

Pharmacological management of the behavior of the pediatric patient: Nitrous Oxide and General Anesthesia

Pediatric Dentistry

When pediatric patients attend their dental appointment, it can create a feeling of fear and stress that influences their behavior during the procedure. There are two types of behavior management: pharmacological and non-pharmacological.

When non-pharmacological behavior management techniques have been tried without results, we can use pharmacological methods: conscious sedation and general anesthesia.

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We share two videos that teach us the use of nitrous oxide and general anesthesia as a method of pharmacological control in pediatric patients, touching on topics such as: indications, contraindications, dosage and recommendations.

Pediatric Dentistry


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Source: Youtube/ Dentistry Madeeasy


Source: Youtube/ Dentistry Madeeasy

jueves, 21 de abril de 2022

Formation and development of the face and oral cavity (Orofacial Complex)

Embryology

The formation and development of the face and oral cavity begins in the first branchial arch in the fourth week of intrauterine life. During this process the stomodeum is formed, which is considered the primitive mouth of the embryo.

The formation of the face starts from the five prominences (one frontonasal, two maxillary and two mandibular). The prominences develop giving rise to different regions of the face.

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We share a video with a lot of information about the development and formation of the face and oral cavity (orofacial complex).

Embryology


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Source: Youtube/ DNH Academic

domingo, 10 de abril de 2022

How to handle medical emergencies in pediatric dentistry?

Dental Anesthesia

During dental practice, emergency events can occur that put the life of the pediatric patient at risk. The pediatric dentist must identify emergency manifestations and take immediate and effective action.

The possibility of a medical emergency can be anticipated and reduced by conducting an interview with the parents, medical interconsultation, and a correct anamnesis.

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We share a video that teaches us what should be the immediate behavior that the pediatric dentist should have in the event of a medical emergency in a pediatric patient (syncope / asthma / anaphylaxis)

Dental Anesthesia


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Source: Youtube/ lectures dentist

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.

Dental Anesthesia


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Source: Youtube/ AtoZ Kidsdental

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.

Oral Surgery


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lunes, 14 de marzo de 2022

Considerations for Pediatric Local Anesthesia

Dental Anesthesia

Pain is one of the reasons for patient absence and stress. The use of anesthesia eliminates the sensation of pain in dental treatments, reducing the stress of the pediatric patient.

In pediatric dentistry, it is important to know the weight and body mass of the infant to calculate the correct dose of anesthesia, and good behavior management of the pediatric patient.

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We share a video that teaches us to calculate the dose and the most used local anesthetic techniques in pediatric dentistry.

Dental Anesthesia


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Source: Youtube/ My Tooth Study