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Presented By:
(2nd year Post-Graduate Student)
Department of Pedodontics And Preventive dentistry
Dr. Syamala Reddy Dental...
Dental decay : Major health problem
 In India 52% of 5-year-olds
have atleast one decayed
primary molar tooth.
 Several ...
Hall’s Technique is
a novel method of
managing carious
primary molars by
cementing
Preformed Metal
Crowns over them.
The technique does not require
local anaesthesia, caries removal
or any tooth preparation.
CARIES
Tooth
Time
Micro-
organisms
Food
Hall’s
Technique
Seal the
tooth
Manipulates
the plaque’s
environment
Separating it
from
substrates
Basically the
NUTRITION...
A General dental
practitioner from
Scotland, who
developed and
used the
technique for over
15 years until she
retired in 2...
Carious
lesions
extending
only till
Dentine
Very
incipient
lesions
Grossly decayed teeth
Teeth with Irreversible
Pulpal Involvement
Pulp
polyps
“To determine the efficacy
of the Hall’s technique in
the management of
carious primary molars with
caries extending only ...
Study design:
3 year study
( Department of Pedodontics And Preventive dentistry
Dr. Syamala Reddy Dental College, Hospita...
 Parental consent was taken before the commencement
of the study.
were placed using
 Follow up was done by :
o Questionn...
“Quick and easy"
“No Drills"
“Comfortable"
“Less Stress"
“No Needles"
230 patients
were
HAPPY with
the
technique
24 parents
objected on
ESTHETICS
39 complaint
of
DISCOMFORT
7 came with the
DIS...
A MINIMAL
INTERVENTION and
CHILD FRIENDLY
approach of managing the
carious primary molar.
 F. Gilchrist, A. G. Morgan, M. Farman and H. D. Rodd. Impact of the Hall
technique for preformed metal crown placement o...
 Innes NPT, Evans DJP. Hall N., 2009. The Hall Technique for managing
carious primary molars. Dental Update, 36:472-478.
...
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  1. 1. Presented By: (2nd year Post-Graduate Student) Department of Pedodontics And Preventive dentistry Dr. Syamala Reddy Dental College,Hospital and Research Center.
  2. 2. Dental decay : Major health problem  In India 52% of 5-year-olds have atleast one decayed primary molar tooth.  Several methods available:  Pit and fissure sealants,  conventional restorative techniques using Amalgam, Composite or Compomer
  3. 3. Hall’s Technique is a novel method of managing carious primary molars by cementing Preformed Metal Crowns over them.
  4. 4. The technique does not require local anaesthesia, caries removal or any tooth preparation.
  5. 5. CARIES Tooth Time Micro- organisms Food
  6. 6. Hall’s Technique Seal the tooth Manipulates the plaque’s environment Separating it from substrates Basically the NUTRITION Bacterial profille in caries changes lesion will not progress
  7. 7. A General dental practitioner from Scotland, who developed and used the technique for over 15 years until she retired in 2006
  8. 8. Carious lesions extending only till Dentine
  9. 9. Very incipient lesions
  10. 10. Grossly decayed teeth Teeth with Irreversible Pulpal Involvement Pulp polyps
  11. 11. “To determine the efficacy of the Hall’s technique in the management of carious primary molars with caries extending only to dentine.”
  12. 12. Study design: 3 year study ( Department of Pedodontics And Preventive dentistry Dr. Syamala Reddy Dental College, Hospital and Research Center.) 300+ children 5-9 years of age Carious primary molars with caries extending only to dentine.
  13. 13.  Parental consent was taken before the commencement of the study. were placed using  Follow up was done by : o Questionnaire given to the parents o Visual analogue scale given to the patients.
  14. 14. “Quick and easy" “No Drills" “Comfortable" “Less Stress" “No Needles"
  15. 15. 230 patients were HAPPY with the technique 24 parents objected on ESTHETICS 39 complaint of DISCOMFORT 7 came with the DISPLACEMENT of the crown
  16. 16. A MINIMAL INTERVENTION and CHILD FRIENDLY approach of managing the carious primary molar.
  17. 17.  F. Gilchrist, A. G. Morgan, M. Farman and H. D. Rodd. Impact of the Hall technique for preformed metal crown placement on undergraduate paediatric dentistry experience. Eur J Dent Educ 17 (2013) e10–e15.  S.M. Hashim Nainar. Success of Hall Technique Crowns Questioned. Pediatric dentistry v 34 / no 2 Mar / Apr 2012.  Foley JI (2012). Short communication: a pan-European comparison of the management of carious primary molar teeth by postgraduates in paediatric dentistry. Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 13 (1): 41-6.  Innes NP, Evans DJ, Stirrups DR. Sealing Caries in Primary Molars: Randomized Control Trial, 5-year Results. J Dent Res. 2011 Sep 15.  Innes NP, Marshman Z, Vendan RE. A group of general dental practitioners’ views of preformed metal crowns after participation in the Hall technique clinical trial: a mixed-method evaluation. Prim Dent Care 2010: 17: 33–37.
  18. 18.  Innes NPT, Evans DJP. Hall N., 2009. The Hall Technique for managing carious primary molars. Dental Update, 36:472-478.  Kindelan SA, Day P, Nichol R, Willmott N, Fayle SA. UK National Clinical Guidelines in Paediatric Dentistry: stainless steel preformed crowns for primary molars. Int J Paediatr Dent 2008: 18 (Suppl 1):20–28.  J.P. Murphy. The Hall technique. British Dental Journal Vol.205 NO. 4 Aug 23 2008.  Innes NP, Evans DJ, Stirrups DR. The Hall Technique; a randomized controlled clinical trial of a novel method of managing carious primary molars in general dental practice: acceptability of the technique and outcomes at 23 months. BMC Oral Health 2007: 7: 18.  Innes NPT, Ricketts DNJ, Evans DJP. Preformed metal crowns for decayed primary molar teeth. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2007, Issue 1. Art. No.: CD005512. DOI:10.1002/14651858.CD00512.pub2. •

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