paedodontics

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paedodontics

(ˌpiːdəʊˈdɒntɪks)
n
the branch of dentistry that focuses on the care of children's teeth
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Early prosthetic therapy for children with ectodermal dysplasia provides a unique opportunity for cooperative effort between the pedodontist and the prosthodontist, as pedodontists are better trained in the psychological management of children.
The plasma brush may serve as an extremely valuable tool among pedodontists and dentists in less-serviced communities, where individuals do not readily obtain proper dental care.
The AAGO is a group of dentists (gene- ral dentists, pedodontists & orthodon- tists) with an interest in correcting malocclusions as often as possible without extractions using the Crozat and ALF appliance where it is indicated because of its many advantages.
In rural southern Illinois, Medicaid-enrolled dental specialists, such as endodontists or pedodontists, are scarce, and the nearest oral surgeon is more than an hour away.
Most pediatricians refer such children to pediatric dentists, known as pedodontists, who specialize in the care of children's teeth.
In the early 1980s, 62 pedodontists were surveyed on why they were not using sealants.
Its affiliated general dentists and dental specialists, including orthodontists, pedodontists, and oral surgeons, deliver care to more than 500,000 patients per year.
Table-1: Demographic properties and working condition Demographic properties and working condition Total participant N=74 Gender Male 29 Female 45 Groups Specialized Clinical instructors 28 Endodontists 7 Pedodontists 1 Orthodontists 7 Oral medicine 5 Oral pathology 3 Prosthodontists 3 Periodontists 2 Generalized dentist 5 Post graduate students 41 Daily working hours mean SD 9 [+ or -] 1 Weekly working hours mean SD 52 [+ or -] 4 Neck pain VAS mean SD 2.
Jerrell RG, Bennett CG: Utilization of sealants by practicing pedodontists.