Children dental protocol

The Young Smiles Protocol is divided into a number of sections, each of which calls for specific procedures.

  1. Pure prevention protocol (for healthy children we wish to protect from ailments)
  2. Protocols for specific problems
    1. Functional and/or orthodontic problems (respiration, phonation, narrow palate, etc.)
    2. Dental caries
  3. Emergency protocol
  4. Maintenance protocol

The protocol helps us prevent tooth decay and associated issues, early detect functional problems such as aberrant deglutition and speech disorders, with the help, if necessary, of specialists like neurologists and speech therapists, who are always part of the team dedicated to working with children.

In practice, when children enter our clinic they can join a specified program that will accompany them as they grow up in order to ensure they keep their smiles beautiful throughout their lives. And we don't just take care of them, we also assist their families – because most good practices that contribute to dental health are pursued at home.

  BS 2014-05-06 BISCAROPOGGIO
  1. Pure prevention protocol (for healthy children we wish to protect from ailments)
Includes:
  • Conversation with parents
  • Verifying daily oral hygiene procedures
  • Food education
  • Periodic visits for teeth cleaning and boosting motivation
 
  1. Protocols for specific problems
  1. Functional and/or orthodontic problems (respiration, phonation, narrow palate, etc.)
Includes:
  • Conversation with parents
  • Diagnostics (clinical examination, dental impressions, photos, X-rays, if necessary)
  • Orthodontic profile
  • Therapy
  • Speech therapy (if necessary)
  • Physiotherapy (if necessary)
  • Periodic updates in line with therapy progress
  1. Dental caries
Includes:
  • Conversation with parents and patient
  • X-ray diagnosis (if necessary)
  • Instructions regarding daily oral hygiene practices
  • Treatment of caries using the best-suited procedures
  • Conscious sedation (if necessary)
  • Instructions regarding daily oral hygiene practices
  • Fluoridation
  • Sealing
  • Food education
 
  1. Emergency protocol
Includes:
  • Diagnostics (general examination and X-rays, if necessary)
  • Pain therapy
  • Specific therapy to quickly resolve an emergency
  • Conscious sedation (if necessary)
 
  1. Maintenance protocol
Includes:
  • Periodic check-ups
  • Periodic visits for teeth cleaning and boosting motivation