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Infant Exam Guidelines from AAPD
Whos Turf is Infant Oral Care??
Infant exam: what to do FIRST
WHAT to discuss with the PARENTS
WHAT to discuss with PARENTS about FEEDING PRACTICES
Why examine a NORMAL HEALTHY child?
Early Childhood Caries
The _______ the child is, the ______ the decay process
Oral exam: OTHER ISSUES TO LOOK FOR
HOW do we examine the infant
WHAT is NEEDED for knee to knee exam
Other TIPS for oral exam
Anxiety management options for kids
Criteria for CHOOSING a pain management
COMMON local anesthetics for KIDS
Considerations for anesthetic choice
What is the MAX DOSAGE of lido with 1:100,000 epi that can be given to a 30 lb patient???
2% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epi
Local anesthetic MAX DOSAGES
Anesthetic Toxicity: CNS & cardio system
ONSET & DURATION: infiltration vs. block
TYPES of injections
Inferior Alveolar Block:
COMPLICATIONS of anesthesia
POST OP INSTRUCTIONS for anesthesia
MOST important aspect of of BEHAVIOR management =
Nitrous: DOES vs. DOES NOT
Nitrous: Pre-op (before appt)
STAGES of nitrous DELIVERY
Nitrous: how many LITERS?
Nitrous: TELL SHOW DO
Nitrous: ASK PT
Stages of nitrous by %
Early to Ideal Sedation
Nitrous: CHILD THROWS UP
WHEN to take xrays
WHY take xrays
WHY take xrays: specific clinical indications
TYPES of xrays: bitewing
TYPES of xrays: periapical
Occlusal VS. Periapical
TYPES of xrays: panoramic
Introducing child to xrays:
HOW to acquire needed xrays
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