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Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
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Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
Pediatric Dentistry Pearls
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  • 1. PEDO PEARLS: The Paradigm Shift
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  • 3. e-DDS Team - Heads a highly successful preventative - 25 years of experience in branding and & cosmetic dentistry practice corporate identity - Two decades of clinical and small - Deliver results-driven strategic marketing business ownership experience and design solutions - Award-winning interior designer, artist - Certified Financial Planner and Feng Shui expert - Hands on experience in multitude areas - Designing successful dental offices for over of Finance, Tax Planning, IT, HR along with 17 years buying/selling businesses
  • 4. PEDO PEARLS: The Paradigm Shift Presented By: Lance Kisby DMD, FASDC, FAGD, FAAPD Geisinger Medical Center Danville, PA LEKISBY@Geisinger.edu
  • 5. Lance Kisby • Graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine • Chief of Pediatric Dentistry at St. Mary’s Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut • He is: - Head of Pediatric Dentistry at Geisinger Medical Center - Program Director of the Pediatric Dentistry Residency - Adjunct Clinical Instructor in Pediatric Dentistry at Tufts - Board Certified in Pediatric Dentistry
  • 6. New Concepts and Products in Prevention Graphics done by his son: Brent Kisby
  • 7. Fluoride Varnishes • 5% NAF or 2.26% Fion by wt • 22,600 ppm • Reduces caries 25%-41% • 44% decrease in caries if use 2X/yr
  • 8. When to Use Varnishes • White spots on primary and permanent teeth • Occlusal of primary teeth
  • 9. Fluoride Varnish and ECC – The Best Weintraub J. Dent. Res. 85: (172) 176-2006
  • 10. Sealants Good-bye Drill and Fill Hello Seal and Heal
  • 11. Embrace Wetbond Sealant by Pulpdent • 2 yr retention rate = 92% • 6 yr retention rate = 90%
  • 12. • 97.3% penetration by depth • No leakage after 2 yrs • Excellent marginal seal • 36.6% resin filled
  • 13. GI Sealants • Moisture control an issue • Newly erupted molar • Cooperation issues • Operculum
  • 14. Fuji Triage
  • 15. MI Paste
  • 16. MI Paste • CPP-ACP - Casein Phosphoprotein - Amorphous - Calcium - Phosphate
  • 17. MI Paste SER(P)-SER(P)-SER(P)-GLU-GLU
  • 18. MI Paste • Buffer • Inhibit demineralization • Remineralization • Inhibit plaque formation
  • 19. Mi Paste and White Spots STEPS 1. Photo 2. Etch 1 min 3. Pumice 20 secs 4. Eval if need to etch again 5. MI Paste 5 min undisturbed 6. Instruct - 2x/day 5 min each time 7. Return 1-2 weeks
  • 20. MI Paste and Hypoplastice Enamel 3 visits in 1 month Drs Rubin & Pong - Cincinnati
  • 21. MI Paste and Incipient Caries
  • 22. Times are Fun When You are Having Flies Kermit the Frog
  • 23. Updates in Dental Trauma
  • 24. Be Gentle with the Young Juvenal (55 AD-127 AD)
  • 25. Adults are obsolete children. Dr. Seuss
  • 26. Pretty much all the honest truth telling there is in the world is done by children Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • 27. Updates in Restorative Dentistry
  • 28. Technique
  • 29. Composites in Primary and Permanent Teeth Donly Pedi Dent. (25) 480-2002
  • 30. Composites: Technique • Rubber dam clamps: - W2 - 2A - W8A
  • 31. Outline Form
  • 32. Class I
  • 33. Bevel or No Bevel Small or narrow = NO Wide = YES All anterior = ALWAYS
  • 34. Class II MO/DO and Not MOD
  • 35. Outline Form Slot Outline Form
  • 36. Kaloare
  • 37. Class II Permanent
  • 38. Curing • Rinse and leave dentin wet • Dentin adhesive: 10 secs • Flowable composite: 10 secs • Composite-dentin: 10 sec • Composite-enamel: 5 sec, wait 3 min, then 10 sec cure
  • 39. RMGI Restorations • Fuji II **Composites Class II
  • 40. MTA Pulpotmy • Mineral trioxide aggregate
  • 41. Bleaching
  • 42. Q: Where do dogs park their cars? A: In a barking lot!
  • 43. Questions
  • 44. Thank You 800 W Cummings Park, Suite 2000 Woburn, MA 01801 CALL: (877) 420-3337 or EMAIL: Lidia@e-dds.com
  • 45. Upcoming Webinar Designing the Front Office as a Marketing Tool Presented By: Lidia Scher When: July 15, 2010 Time: 7-8 PM (EST)/4-5 PM (PST) Registration begins tomorrow onwards! Visit our site for more details.

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