Minimally invasive pediatric dentistry

Do you want to take care of your children’s oral health without losing their teeth prematurely?

We have the perfect solution for you! Minimally invasive dentistry (OMI) is the key to preserving children’s teeth and preventing oral diseases (Ericson, 2003).

An alternative to achieve this is the use of 38% Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF), which is recognized as an appropriate method to stop carious lesions and prevent the progression of cavitated caries. The application of SDF at 38% has proven to be effective in stopping non-cavitated carious lesions in the enamel and dentin of deciduous teeth. Furthermore, it can be used to treat extensive, non-restorable carious lesions without causing pain or infection until exfoliation of the tooth occurs (Seifo et al, 2019).

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