REHABILITACIÓN INTEGRAL EN UNA SOLA CITA DE UN PACIENTE PRESCOLAR CON CARIES DE INFANCIA TEMPRANA

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Karla Salgado Rodríguez
Dra. Constanza Sánchez Dávila

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La caries de infancia temprana (CIT) es una enfermedad que afecta entre el 12% al 98% de la población y se asocia como un impacto negativo en la calidad de vida del infante, mas aún cuando no es tratada. El tratamiento de CIT, tiene como objetivo prevenir una mayor destrucción de los dientes, promover la salud en general y detener el proceso de la enfermedad de manera definitiva. El objetivo de el presente artículo, es el reporte de un caso clínico de una rehabilitación integral, en una sola cita, en un paciente preescolar femenino de la provincia de Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas – Ecuador con CIT. La rehabilitación consistió de tratamientos quirúrgicos, endodónticos, restaurativos funcionales y estéticos, con la necesidad de una futura colocación de mantenedores de espacio. El manejo del paciente pediátrico durante la rehabilitación integral oral en una sola cita, en consulta ambulatoria, representa un reto para el odontopediatra. Por lo que la educación oral va ser fundamental para la promoción de la salud oral y la prevención de CIT, principalmente en zonas con difícil acceso a un tratamiento odontológico integral de calidad.

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Salgado Rodríguez, K., & Sanchez Dávila , C. N. (2022). REHABILITACIÓN INTEGRAL EN UNA SOLA CITA DE UN PACIENTE PRESCOLAR CON CARIES DE INFANCIA TEMPRANA. OdontoInvestigación, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.18272/oi.v8i1.2087
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Casos Clínicos Odontopediatría
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Dra. Constanza Sánchez Dávila, USFQ

Coordinadora del Posgrado de Odontopediatría de la Universidad San Francisco de Quito

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