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Dental Behavior management of children with dental care after traumatic dental operations

Luay Hatem Jalil
B.D.S-F.I.B.M.S. College of Dentistry, Al-Farahidi University / Iraq
Abdul Sattar M. Segar
M. Sc. Conservative. College of Dentistry, Al-Farahidi University / Iraq.
Aliaa Sameer Hasan
B.D.S-F.I.B.M.S. College of Dentistry, Al-Farahidi University / Iraq


Background: When providing clinical care for children, it is critical to steer clear of uncomfortable oral experiences that might put them at risk for developing PTDA. The purpose of this study was to determine whether or not the use of non-pharmacological methods of behavior management can reduce the need for the use of pharmacological methods in children diagnosed with PTDA who were undergoing frequent dental treatments while sedated and under general anesthesia. Specifically, the researchers were interested in determining whether or not these non-pharmacological Methods: Two separate groups are now carrying out the research independently of one another. The treatment group included of twenty children diagnosed with PTDA and ranged in age from four to fourteen years old. All of the children in this group were healthy and had been referred for dental treatment with or without GA. The control group consisted of twenty children, ranging in age from four to fourteen years old, all of whom were in good health but were apprehensive to take part in the GA treatment. The children's ages ranged from four to fourteen. A case of PTDA has been identified in these young people. Results and conclusion: The treatment group was scheduled to attend a significantly higher appointments of number in comparison to the control group. Seventy-five percent of the children in the treatment group did not require the administration of any medicines in order to control their symptoms. Nine of the children who with techniques were treated that were less invasive did not require GA after treatment. This represents sixty percent of the total. The implementation of suitable behavior management strategies can be of assistance in the fight against PTDA if those strategies are used. This study emphasizes the significance of using non-pharmacological behavior management measures prior to administering sedation and GA on a child with PTDA because it demonstrates that these strategies are more effective. Because of this, the study highlights the importance of using these strategies.

Keywords: children, dental care, traumatic surgeries, and behavior control strategies. ,


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