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DOI :10.26650/JARHS2021-817099   IUP :10.26650/JARHS2021-817099    Full Text (PDF)

Crown Restorations Used in Pediatric Patients

Ozan ÜstünMine Koruyucu

Oral hygiene is important from the very first tooth eruption in children. The risk of caries increases when the necessary care is not taken to ensure oral hygiene. There is a wide range of treatments in children, ranging from preventive treatments to crown restorations. Crown restorations are one of the most important treatment methods to prevent the loss of teeth with excessive material loss. There are different crown restorations (stainless steel crowns and zirconium crowns etc.) in pediatric patients according to the aesthetic need, the condition of the tooth and the treatment method to be selected after the indication is placed. Due to the short life of the primary teeth in pediatric patients, the frequency of this treatment is less than in adult patients. Nowadays, children’s and parents' understanding of the importance of primary teeth in terms of function and aesthetics has increased the application rates of such treatments. In this review, the indications and usage areas of crown restorations applied in pediatric patients are explained.

DOI :10.26650/JARHS2021-817099   IUP :10.26650/JARHS2021-817099    Full Text (PDF)

Çocuk Hastalarda Kullanılan Kuron Restorasyonlar

Ozan ÜstünMine Koruyucu

Çocuklarda ağız hijyeni ilk diş sürmeye başladığı andan itibaren önemlidir. Ağız hijyeninin sağlanması için gerekli özen gösterilmediğinde çürük görülme riski artmaktadır. Çocuklarda koruyucu tedavilerden başlanarak kuron restorasyonlarına kadar uzanan geniş yelpazede bir tedavi çeşitliliği bulunmaktadır. Kuron restorasyonları, aşırı madde kaybı bulunan dişlerin kaybını önlemek için yapılan en önemli tedavi yöntemlerinden biridir. Çocuk hastalarda estetik ihtiyaca, dişin durumuna ve maddi duruma göre endikasyon koyulduktan sonra seçilecek tedavi yöntemine uygun olarak değişik kuron restorasyonları (paslanmaz çelik kuronlar ve zirkonyum kuronlar v.b) bulunmaktadır. Çocuk hastalarda süt dişinin ağızda kalma süresinin yetişkin hastalarla kıyaslandığında çok daha kısa olması, süt dişi tedavilerinde kuron restorasyonlarının tercih edilme sıklığının az olmasına neden olmaktadır. Ancak günümüzde çocuklar ve ebeveynlerin fonksiyon ve estetik açıdan süt dişlerinin önemini kavramaları bu gibi tedavilerin uygulama oranlarını arttırmıştır. Bu derlemede, çocuk hastalarda uygulanan kuron restorasyonlarının endikasyonları ve kullanım alanları anlatılmıştır.


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