Pediatric dentistry 20 November 2019
Pediatric endodontics: a biologic alternative to pulpectomy
Endodontics is a very common treatment in the pediatric dental practice and dental caries with infected root canals is an everyday problem in primary ...
Pediatric dentistry 23 October 2019
Endodontic treatment in deciduous teeth: How to reduce time
Dental pulp in deciduous teeth can be involved earlier than in permanent teeth in the progression of carious lesions. In addiction it is also known that...
Pediatric dentistry 25 September 2019
Premature tooth loss in primary dentition: causes and consequences
Dental caries are frequent and represent real oral health problems even in preschoolers and school children. It is a disease of the hard tissues of the tooth,...
Pediatric dentistry 16 July 2019
Sedation in pediatric dentistry: which agent shall we chose?
Many dental procedures can be performed with local anesthesia. Nonetheless in certain clinical situation and especially with pediatric patients it can be...
Pediatric dentistry 05 June 2019
Early Childhood Caries: where does it start?
Although caries is on the decline in most population groups, early childhood caries (ECC) prevalence continues to be high, especially in low socioeconomic...
Pediatric dentistry 08 May 2019
Pediatric patients with deep caries: which type of anesthesia to choose?
In pediatric patients with deep carious permanent, soft tissue anesthesia doesn’t always assure pulpal anesthesia and this can lead to a painful and even...
Pediatric dentistry 03 April 2019
The evaluation of MTA and Biodentine as a pulpotomy materials for carious exposure in primary teeth
The aim of the present study was to compare the long term clinical and radiographic success rates of Biodentine and MTA pulpotomies, performed on primary teeth...
Pediatric dentistry 20 February 2019
Can the hypomineralization of enamel in deciduous cause the appearance even in permanent?
The hypomineralization of the molar-incisal enamel (MIH) is defined as a defective development of the dental enamel which affects at least a first permanent...
Pediatric dentistry 23 January 2019
Eruption of deciduous teeth and appearance of fever: is there really a correlation?
INTRODUCTION The dental eruption is a natural physiological process that begins with the first deciduous tooth between 4 and 10 months and is completed ...
Pediatric dentistry 08 January 2019
Sealents: yes or no? The conclusions from the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry
INTRODUCTION Although caries prevalence is drastically decreasing in industrialized countries, the presence of carious lesions in children under twelve is still high and causes an economic...
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