Category: Pedodontics

Nursing Bottle Caries : How To Prevent

Nursing Bottle Caries  is the result of frequent, prolonged contact with liquids that contain sugars such as fruit juices, milk, formula or any other sweetened drinks. Human breast milk is also a contributor to baby bottle tooth decay. As the sugars break down in the mouth, bacteria start feeding on the sugars, produce acids and cause […]

July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Restorative Techniques in Paediatric Dentistry, Duggal PDF

Restorative Techniques in Paediatric Dentistry 2nd Edition PDF Download Ebook. Monty S. Duggal reveals readers the way to restore “baby” enamel broken by advanced dental caries. This text presents simple-to-observe descriptions of the most recent techniques and step-by-step, color photographs. Matters embody treatment planning, analgesia administration, pulp therapy, and crown installation.  This text evaluates new material […]

July 7, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Pulpectomy method : step by step

Pulpectomy method : step by step : 1. Although local anaesthesia is usually not required, as the pulp is non-vital, there may be remnants of vital, inflamed tissue in the apical 1-3mm of the canal which may be sensitive. Furthermore, the tooth may be tender because of apical inflammation. 2. Rubber dam is required. 3. […]

January 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Premature Children Have Smaller Teeth, Research Suggests

Premature Children Have Smaller Teeth, Research Suggests The size of teeth in premature children is smaller than that of children who were full-term according to a study by the Faculty of Odontology at Malmö University in Sweden. Our knowledge about premature children, and their physical and mental development as they grow up, is constantly growing. […]

November 9, 2011 | 0 Comments More

Vital Pulp Therapy: Requirements for Success

Vital Pulp Therapy: Requirements for Success Vital pulp therapy of the inflamed pulp, on the other hand, affords an inferior success rate. Therefore the optimal time for treatment is in the first 24 hours, when pulp inflammation is superficial. As time increases between the time of injury and therapy, pulp removal must be extended apically […]

October 8, 2011 | 0 Comments More
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