Pediatric dentistry

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The need to prevent oral health starts from infancy. Soon after the first toothbrush (not over 1 year), it is good to have the child’s first visit to the dentist. Then the parents’ training begins and gradually that of the child in the oral hygiene methods. Then, visits are scheduled at least once a year (the interval of visits is determined according to the needs of each child) preventively (oral hygiene instructions, removal of dental plaque) and remedial if necessary (implants, pulpotomy etc.). When the first permanent teeth (at the age of about 6 years) appear, prevention visits include systemic fluoridation and coverings of (sealants)

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Lazaros D. Papaiordanidis, DDS, MSc, Dental surgeon