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A study found that anti-inflammatories commonly taken by children may be associated with tooth enamel defects, which are currently observed in about 20% of children worldwide.


This study suggests that dental accessibility is considerably connected to the dental caries status of three-year-old children after excluding financial burden.


Added sugar in children’s diets puts them at higher risk of developing caries. Researchers have reported that grandparents frequently give their grandchildren ...


Researchers hypothesized that SDF was superior to FV at one year. Secondary objectives were to determine the child's cooperation and the parent's satisfaction and assess adverse effects.


Researchers investigated the characteristics and factors that influence chewing performance during the period of mixed dentition.


Researchers aimed to determine the frequency and severity of dog bite injuries to the face in children during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Resin infiltration has been shown to be effective for up to seven years. But to date there are no similar studies for resin sealing with observation times not exceeding 3.5 years.


The main goal of endodontic therapy in primary dentition is to preserve the teeth in a symptom-free state until they are naturally replaced by their...


The clinical and radiographic effectiveness of 38% silver diamine fluoride with and without potassium iodide was tested and compared with resin-modified...


One of the milestones of preventing occlusal caries is the early application of sealants for pits and fissures. Recently, a new group of primed adhesive sealants have been introduced with an aim...


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


PFE is defined as incomplete tooth eruption despite the presence of a clear eruption pathway.  The primary failure eruption (PFE) was first described by Proffit and Vig in 1981, in which...


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...


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...


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...


black stain is a type of extrinsic discoloration characterized by a dark line or by a group of dark dots tipically localized on the cervical third of the tooth.black stain are the results of the...


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...


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...


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