Critérios para tratamento de molares decíduos cariados pela técnica de hall technique: Revisão de literatura / Criteria for the treatment of cariated deciduous molars by hall technique: literature review

Mário Jorge Souza Ferreira Filho, Maria Eduarda do Nascimento, Lucas de Araújo Leite, Leibniz andrew Andrade Rodrigues, Reyce Santos Koga, Júlia Lima de Aguiar, Luan Roberto Milério, Laís da Silva Mousinho

Abstract


As lesões cariosas ainda são um problema de saúde bucal enfrentado pela população, contudo, técnicas mais simples têm sido empregadas para a gestão da doença cárie. A técnica Hall Technique (HT) consiste em uma abordagem menos invasiva, utilizando coroas metálicas pré-fabricadas em primeiros molares decíduos, sem o uso de anestésico local, preparo do elemento dentário e sem remoção do tecido cariado. Este estudo objetiva mostrar o uso da HT, elucidar alguns possíveis problemas relacionados com o uso de coroas metálicas, demonstrar a relação custo-benefício e a aceitação dos pais e filhos. Consiste em uma revisão, com busca por artigos indexados em bases de dados como PubMed, ResearchGate, Scielo e American Dental Association. Os resultados obtidos nos artigos publicados recentemente sobre a técnica Hall revela que a HT é considerada uma opção restauradora prometendo alta aceitabilidade e longevidade, com baixa taxa de falhas para o gerenciamento de molares decíduos cariados comparado com tratamentos convencionais. Conclui-se que a HT é eficiente ao proposto de reabilitação através de técnica atraumática em elementos com bastante destruição coronária.


Keywords


Odontopediatria, Cárie Dentária, Assistência Odontológica.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n2-363

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