ISBN-10:
0813807611
ISBN-13:
9780813807614
Pub. Date:
07/10/2012
Publisher:
Wiley
Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry / Edition 1

Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry / Edition 1

by Amr M. Moursi

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Overview

Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry / Edition 1

Wiley-Blackwell's "Clinical Cases" series is designed to recognizethe centrality of clinical cases to the profession by providingactual cases with an academic backbone. Clinical Cases inPediatric Dentistry applies both theory and practice toreal-life pediatric dentistry cases in a clinically relevantformat. This unique approach supports the new trend in case-basedand problem-based learning, thoroughly covering topics ranging frominfant oral health to complex pulp therapy. Highly illustrated infull color, Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry's formatfosters independent learning and prepares the reader for case-basedexaminations.

The book presents actual clinical cases, accompanied by academiccommentary, that question and educate the reader about essentialtopics in pediatric dentistry. Each chapter's progression fromcommon to increasingly challenging clinical cases enables thereader to build their skills, aiding the ability to thinkcritically and independently.

Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistry's case-based formatis particularly useful for pre-doctoral dental students,post-graduate residents and pediatric dentists preparing for Boardexaminations. The book will also appeal to students and theirfaculty in pediatric dentistry departments. It will be of interestto practicing pediatric dentists and family dentists as well.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780813807614
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 07/10/2012
Series: Clinical Cases (Dentistry) Series , #1
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 302,934
Product dimensions: 8.60(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Amr M. Moursi, DDS, PhD  is Associate Professor andChairman of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the New YorkUniversity College of Dentistry and an Attending Dentist on themedical staff at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York.

AssociateEditors

Marcio A. da Fonseca, DDS, MS is Law-Lewis Professor atthe University of Washington School of Dentistry and Director ofthe Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Program at SeattleChildren’s Hospital.

Amy L. Truesdale, DDS is Clinical Assistant Professor ofthe Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the New York UniversityCollege of Dentistry.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors xi

Acknowledgments xv

Preface xvii

Chapter 1 Medically Compromised Patients 3

Case 1 Congenital Heart Disease 4
Kerrod B. Hallett

Case 2 Cystic Fibrosis 11
Richard Balmer

Case 3 Hemophilia A 17
Barbara Sheller

Case 4 T Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia/Chemotherapy 22
Kerrod B. Hallett

Case 5 Liver Transplant 29
Paddy Fleming

Case 6 Chronic Benign Neutropenia 35
Paddy Fleming

Case 7 Asthma 41
Eleanor McGovern

Case 8 Crohn’s Disease 47
Paddy Fleming

Chapter 2 Oral Medicine And Oral-facial Pathology 53

Case 1 Acute Odontogenic Infection 54
Angus C. Cameron

Case 2 Primary Herpetic Gingivostomatitis 59
Angus C. Cameron

Case 3 Peripheral Giant Cell Granuloma 64
Angus C. Cameron

Case 4 Eruption Cysts in a Newborn, Natal/Neonatal Teeth69
Angus C. Cameron

Case 5 Gingival Enlargement/Heart Transplant 73
Angus C. Cameron

Case 6 Premature Loss of Primary Teeth—Hypophostasia78
Angus C. Cameron

Case 7 Amelogenesis Imperfecta 83
Sam Gue

Chapter 3 Complex Pulp Therapy 89

Case 1 Indirect Pulp Treatment 90
Evelyn Mamber

Case 2 Partial Pulpotomy in Traumatized Primary Incisors95
Etty Dayan, Diana Ram, and Anna B. Fuks

Case 3 Cervical Pulpotomy in Cariously Exposed PrimaryMolars  101
Moti Moskovitz and Anna B. Fuks

Case 4 Root Canal Treatment in a Primary Molar  106
Moti Moskovitz

Case 5 Partial Pulpotomy in a Cariously Exposed Young PermanentMolar 111
Moti Moskovitz and Anna B. Fuks

Case 6 Pulpotomy with MTA in an Immature Permanent Molar115
Zvia Elazary and Ilana Heling

Case 7 Root End Closure—Apexification with Ca(OH)2 120
Iris Slutzky-Goldberg

Case 8 Root End Closure with MTA  126
Iris Slutzky-Goldberg

Case 9 Revascularization of Necrotic Immature Permanent Toothwith Apical Periodontitis 131
Eyal Nuni

Chapter 4 Orofacial Trauma 137

Case 1 Intrusion Injury to Primary Dentition  138
S. Thikkurissy and Dennis J. McTigue

Case 2 Root Fracture in the Primary Dentition  143
S. Thikkurissy and Dennis J. McTigue

Case 3 Complicated Crown Fracture, Permanent Tooth 147
Dennis J. McTigue and S. Thikkurissy

Case 4 Dentoalveolar Luxation Injury to PermanentDentition  152
S. Thikkurissy and Dennis J. McTigue

Case 5 Permanent Tooth Root Fracture and Extrusive Luxation157
Dennis J. McTigue and S. Thikkurissy

Case 6 Permanent Incisor Intrusion  162
Dennis J. McTigue and S. Thikkurissy

Case 7 Permanent Tooth Avulsion  167
Dennis J. McTigue and S. Thikkurissy

Case 8 Soft Tissue Injury Management  172
S. Thikkurissy and Dennis J. McTigue

Chapter 5 Infant Oral Health 181

Case 1 Perinatal Oral Pathology  182
Paul Casamassimo and Homa Amini

Case 2 First Dental Visit, Acquired Pathology  186
Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo

Case 3 Early Childhood Caries Managed with Interim TherapeuticRestorations  190
Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo

Case 4 First Dental Visit, Healthy Child 194
Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo

Case 5 General Anesthesia, Restorative Case, Disability 198
Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo

Chapter 6 Growth and Development 203

Case 1 Orthodontic Documentation, Evaluation, andAssessment  204
Jeffrey A. Dean

Case 2 Space Management: Premature Loss of Primary Second Molarin Preschool Child  208
Jeffrey A. Dean

Case 3 Bilateral Space Management in the Mixed Dentition 212
Jeffrey A. Dean

Case 4 Interceptive Orthodontics: Habit Appliances 217
Jeffrey A. Dean

Case 5 Interceptive Orthodontics—Anterior Crossbite in aChild in the Mixed Dentition  221
Jeffrey A. Dean

Case 6 Patient with Craniofacial Anomaly  226
Jeffrey A. Dean

Chapter 7 Behavior Management and Medical Emergencies233

Case 1 Non-pharmacological Behavior Management 234
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 2 Pharmacological Behavior Management  239
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 3 Intraoperative Pain Management  245
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 4 General Anesthesia  249
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 5 Airway Management  253
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 6 Allergic Reactions  259
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Case 7 Asthma  263
Michael D. Webb, Diane L. Howell, and Amr M. Moursi

Chapter 8 Special Needs Patients 269

Case 1 Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome)/New Patient  270
Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam

Case 2 Cerebral Palsy, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia 275
Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam

Case 3 Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Hearing Loss,Intellectual Disability  280
Nancy Dougherty and Farhad Yeroshalmi

Case 4 Seizure Disorder, Intellectual Disability  285
Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam

Case 5 Asperger’s Syndrome 290
Nancy Dougherty

Case 6 Sickle Cell Anemia, Intellectual Disability 295
Nancy Dougherty

Chapter 9 Restorative Dentistry 301

Case 1 Resin Restoration of Incipient Decay (Primary orPermanent Molar) 302
Lina M. Cárdenas

Case 2 Class II Glass Ionomer  308
Kevin J. Donly and Royana Lin

Case 3 Class II Resin Restoration  313
Claudia Isabel Contreras

Case 4 Class V Glass Ionomer Restoration  318
Omolola Adetona

Case 5 Class V Resin Restoration  322
Maria Minerva Garcia

Case 6 Class IV Resin 327
Jeffrey C. Mabry

Case 7 Strip Crowns  333
Hugo A. Rivera

Case 8 Stainless Steel Crown Restoration  337
Timothy B. Henson

Index  343

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