1 edition of Periodontal diseases in children and adolescents found in the catalog.
Periodontal diseases in children and adolescents
|Statement||edited by Elisha R. Richardson.|
|Contributions||Richardson, Elisha R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
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There have been many advances in recent years concerning the basic science, classification, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases in children, adolescents and young adults. No other book to date has attempted to synthesize this new information and produce a clinical guide for the entire dental by: Periodontal disease in children and adolescents [Baer, Paul N] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Periodontal disease in children and adolescentsCited by: As withadults, periodontitis associated with systemic diseases occursin children and adolescents. Such diseases include Papillon- Lefévre syndrome, cyclic neutropenia, agranulocy- tosis, Down syndrome, hypophosphatasia, and leukocyte adherence deficiency.
The clinical features of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents differ from those in adults. Periodontitis is extremely rare in children, except those complicated with certain kinds of systemic diseases, whereas gingivitis is commonly encountered.
The physician and dentist should cooperate with the purpose of preventing and diagnosing periodontal diseases in children and adolescents. Furthermore, collaboration between both professionals may be imperative for the comprehensive treatment of patients, especially in cases in which the systemic diseases facilitate or exacerbate periodontal diseases or vice versa.
Periodontal Disease in Children and Adolescents: A masked Author: Luciana Macchion Shaddox, Karina Miller. Necrotizing periodontal diseasesE. Abscesses of the periodontiumF.
Periodontitis associated with endodontic lesionsG. Developmental or acquired deformities and conditions Periodontal diseases: A simplified version of the International Workshop.5 Classification of Periodontal Diseases.A.
Book Hardcover, pages, images Language: English. ISBN Quintessence Publishing, United Kingdom. This is a practical guide to the management of the patient from childhood through to young adulthood with gingival and periodontal diseases.
Epidemiology of periodontal diseases • Prevalence: Children (yrs) % Adolescents (yrs) % (DelaneyWei et al ,Papapanou ) In Indian population – a study conducted in Lucknow in 3 schools- Overall periodontitis was %(8 to 17yrs) In Manglore - The prevalence of AP was found to be % and that of CP was.
Description: There have been many advances in recent years concerning the basic science, classification, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases in children, adolescents and young adults. No other book to date has attempted to synthesize this new information and produce a clinical guide for the entire dental community.
This book presents topical research data in the study of periodontal disease, including aesthetic periodontal therapy and root coverage techniques; clinical features of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents; biomechanics and the perioprosthetic patient; maternal periodontitis and perinatal outcomes; identifying patients with enhanced.
Periodontal Management Of Children, Adolescents, And Young Adults (Periodontology) [Clerehugh, Valerie, Tugnait, Aradhna, Ph.D., Chapple, Iain L. C.] on Author: Valerie Clerehugh, Ph.D. Tugnait, Aradhna, Iain L. Chapple. Gingivitis is linked to periodontal disease. Children and adolescents who have type 1 diabetes or immune deficiencies are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease.
There are three types of periodontal diseases our team sees in children and adolescents. Chronic gingivitis. Global prevalence of periodontal diseases in children and adolescent: Various gingival and periodontal diseases may be seen during childhood and adolescence.
Gingival diseases are primarily non-destructive and infectious in nature. The most common gingival disease is plaque-induced gingivitis, which is a nonspecific bacterial infection. Children and adolescents who have type 1 diabetes or immune deficiencies are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease.
There are three types of periodontal diseases Dr. Varble, Dr. Applebaum, Dr. Dill and Dr. Wong and our team see in children and adolescents. Appropriately sized toothbrushes, as well as toothpaste and floss flavored to appeal to children, may enhance compliance.
Young children, especially those younger than 6 years of age, will require some parental assistance with their oral hygiene care. Older children and even some adolescents can benefit from some degree of parental supervision.
Gum Diseases. Gum diseases, such as mild gingivitis and periodontitis, commonly affect adults and seniors (65+). Although, both periodontitis and gingivitis can also occur in children, adolescents, and teens.
The diseases begin with the accumulation of dental plaque, which is a complex community of bacteria that grows in a biofilm on teeth surfaces. Obesity and diabetes mellitus continue to affect an ever increasing number of children, adolescents, and young adults. The objective of this book is to provide healthcare trainees and professionals with practical, comprehensive, and contemporary approaches to the pediatric patient at risk for obesity, diabetes mellitus, and related conditions.
This book presents topical research data in the study of periodontal disease including aesthetic periodontal therapy and root coverage techniques; clinical features of periodontal diseases in children and adolescents; biomechanics and the perioprosthetic patient; maternal periodontitis and perinatal outcomes; identifying patients with enhanced.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a set of inflammatory conditions affecting the tissues surrounding the teeth. In its early stage, called gingivitis, the gums become swollen, red, and may bleed.
In its more serious form, called periodontitis, the gums can pull away from the tooth, bone can be lost, and the teeth may loosen or fall out.