List of Contributors xi Acknowledgments xv Preface xvii Chapter 1 Medically Compromised Patients 3 Case 1 Congenital Heart Disease 4 Kerrod B Hallett Case 2 Cystic Fibrosis 11 Richard Balmer Case 3 Hemophilia A 17 Barbara Sheller Case 4 T Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia/Chemotherapy 22 Kerrod B Hallett Case 5 Liver Transplant 29 Paddy Fleming Case 6 Chronic Benign Neutropenia 35 Paddy Fleming Case 7 Asthma 41 Eleanor McGovern Case 8 Crohn's Disease 47 Paddy Fleming Chapter 2 Oral Medicine and Oral-facial Pathology 53 Case 1 Acute Odontogenic Infection 54 Angus C Cameron Case 2 Primary Herpetic Gingivostomatitis 59 Angus C Cameron Case 3 Peripheral Giant Cell Granuloma 64 Angus C Cameron Case 4 Eruption Cysts in a Newborn, Natal/Neonatal Teeth 69 Angus C Cameron Case 5 Gingival Enlargement/Heart Transplant 73 Angus C Cameron Case 6 Premature Loss of Primary Teeth-Hypophostasia 78 Angus C Cameron Case 7 Amelogenesis Imperfecta 83 Sam Gue Chapter 3 Complex Pulp Therapy 89 Case 1 Indirect Pulp Treatment90 Evelyn Mamber Case 2 Partial Pulpotomy in Traumatized Primary Incisors 95 Etty Dayan, Diana Ram, and Anna B Fuks Case 3 Cervical Pulpotomy in Cariously Exposed Primary Molars 101 Moti Moskovitz and Anna B Fuks Case 4 Root Canal Treatment in a Primary Molar 106 Moti Moskovitz Case 5 Partial Pulpotomy in a Cariously Exposed Young Permanent Molar 111 Moti Moskovitz and Anna B Fuks Case 6 Pulpotomy with MTA in an Immature Permanent Molar 115 Zvia Elazary and Ilana Heling Case 7 Root End Closure-Apexifi cation with Ca(OH)2 120 Iris Slutzky-Goldberg Case 8 Root End Closure with MTA 126 Iris Slutzky-Goldberg Case 9 Revascularization of Necrotic Immature Permanent Tooth with Apical Periodontitis 131 Eyal Nuni Chapter 4 Orofacial Trauma 137 Case 1 Intrusion Injury to Primary Dentition 138 S Thikkurissy and Dennis J McTigue Case 2 Root Fracture in the Primary Dentition 143 S Thikkurissy and Dennis J McTigue Case 3 Complicated Crown Fracture, Permanent Tooth 147 Dennis J McTigue and S Thikkurissy Case 4 Dentoalveolar Luxation Injury to Permanent Dentition 152 S Thikkurissy and Dennis J McTigue Case 5 Permanent Tooth Root Fracture and Extrusive Luxation 157 Dennis J McTigue and S Thikkurissy Case 6 Permanent Incisor Intrusion 162 Dennis J McTigue and S Thikkurissy Case 7 Permanent Tooth Avulsion 167 Dennis J McTigue and S Thikkurissy Case 8 Soft Tissue Injury Management 172 S Thikkurissy and Dennis J McTigue Chapter 5 Infant Oral Health 181 Case 1 Perinatal Oral Pathology 182 Paul Casamassimo and Homa Amini Case 2 First Dental Visit, Acquired Pathology 186 Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo Case 3 Early Childhood Caries Managed with Interim Therapeutic Restorations 190 Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo Case 4 First Dental Visit, Healthy Child 194 Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo Case 5 General Anesthesia, Restorative Case, Disability 198 Homa Amini and Paul Casamassimo Chapter 6 Growth and Development 203 Case 1 Orthodontic Documentation, Evaluation, and Assessment 204 Jeffrey A Dean Case 2 Space Management: Premature Loss of Primary Second Molar in Preschool Child 208 Jeffrey A Dean Case 3 Bilateral Space Management in the Mixed Dentition 212 Jeffrey A Dean Case 4 Interceptive Orthodontics: Habit Appliances 217 Jeffrey A Dean Case 5 Interceptive Orthodontics-Anterior Crossbite in a Child in the Mixed Dentition 221 Jeffrey A Dean Case 6 Patient with Craniofacial Anomaly 226 Jeffrey A Dean Chapter 7 Behavior Management and Medical Emergencies 233 Case 1 Non-pharmacological Behavior Management 234 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 2 Pharmacological Behavior Management 239 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 3 Intraoperative Pain Management 245 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 4 General Anesthesia 249 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 5 Airway Management 253 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 6 Allergic Reactions 259 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Case 7 Asthma 263 Michael D Webb, Diane L Howell, and Amr M Moursi Chapter 8 Special Needs Patients 269 Case 1 Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome)/New Patient 270 Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam Case 2 Cerebral Palsy, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia 275 Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam Case 3 Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Hearing Loss, Intellectual Disability 280 Nancy Dougherty and Farhad Yeroshalmi Case 4 Seizure Disorder, Intellectual Disability 285 Nancy Dougherty and Farah Alam Case 5 Asperger's Syndrome 290 Nancy Dougherty Case 6 Sickle Cell Anemia, Intellectual Disability 295 Nancy Dougherty Chapter 9 Restorative Dentistry 301 Case 1 Resin Restoration of Incipient Decay (Primary or Permanent Molar) 302 Lina M Cardenas Case 2 Class II Glass Ionomer 308 Kevin J Donly and Royana Lin Case 3 Class II Resin Restoration 313 Claudia Isabel Contreras Case 4 Class V Glass Ionomer Restoration 318 Omolola Adetona Case 5 Class V Resin Restoration 322 Maria Minerva Garcia Case 6 Class IV Resin 327 Jeffrey C Mabry Case 7 Strip Crowns 333 Hugo A Rivera Case 8 Stainless Steel Crown Restoration 337 Timothy B Henson Index 343
Amr M. Moursi, DDS, PhD is Associate Professor andChairman of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the New YorkUniversity College of Dentistry and an Attending Dentist on themedical staff at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York. AssociateEditors Marcio A. da Fonseca, DDS, MS is Law-Lewis Professor atthe University of Washington School of Dentistry and Director ofthe Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Program at SeattleChildren s Hospital. Amy L. Truesdale, DDS is Clinical Assistant Professor ofthe Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the New York UniversityCollege of Dentistry.
"Clinical Cases in Pediatric Dentistryis a comprehensive textthat seemingly touches upon every aspect of pediatric dentistry . .. However, this is still a thorough and useful textbook, and aclear and understandable resource." (Journal of theMassachusetts Dental Society, 1 April 2013) In conclusion , this book presents a wide variety offundamental aspects related to the holistic management ofpaediatric dental patients in a concise and thought-provokingmanner. (British Dental Journal, 8 December2012)