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Dental caries in infants and children is one of the most prevalent dental problems of this period with 50% of children have one or more decayed primary teeth by the end of toddler age. 


Authors: Alessandro Venditti, Paolo Maturo, Alessia Vincenza Brescia, Raffaella Docimo

Riga-Fede disease (MRF) is a benign pathological condition of the child characterized by ulcerative lesions of the tongue, buccal mucosa, gum or floor of the tongue, most frequently caused by the...


Dentistry involves numerous procedures, first of all administration of anesthesia and dental extractions, which can be perceived as painful, mainly for children. The prevalence of dental anxiety...


Authors:Andrea Cassoni, Resi Pucci, Giulia Di Benedetto, Valentino Valentini

Objectives: Vascular Anomalies frequently involve the face are a pathological entity, consisting of different types of tumors and malformations that can affect the head and neck in paediatric...


The high frequency of carious lesions in primary teeth is one of the major public health problems during childhood. However, inadequate treatment of these cases are often found. Traditional treatment...


Prevention of childhood caries has always been a tough challenge for the dentist and consists mainly in educating parents to maintain the oral health of their children, but in many cases the primary...


Antibiotics can be considered one of the drugs which have mostly revolutionised healthcare. They are commonly used in dentistry both for prophylactic and for therapeutic issues thanks to their skills...


Preservation of primary teeth is essential for oral health and for the maintenance of functions of chewing and speech. Nonetheless dental caries among...


Many times primary teeth are given less importance as they are believed to shed automatically. Quite the opposite, primary teeth help in chewing, speech, are...


Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a chronic autoimmune disease characterized by destruction of pancreatic beta cells and consequent lack of insulin production. It affects over half a million children...


One of the most common materials for the restoration of primary teeth are glass ionomer cements (GIC), because of their time-saving feature. Nonetheless their...


Dental caries of primary dentition continues to be one of the major health problem in the world. And even if prevention and acknowledgment of the dental...


Endodontics is a very common treatment in the pediatric dental practice and dental caries with infected root canals is an everyday problem in primary ...


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...


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,...


Many dental procedures can be performed with local anesthesia. Nonetheless in certain clinical situation and especially with pediatric patients it can be...


Although caries is on the decline in most population groups, early childhood caries (ECC) prevalence continues to be high, especially in low socioeconomic...


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...


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...


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...


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