Understanding the implications for clinical care is key to supporting optimal oral health among this patient cohort.
Patients With Special Needs
Oral health professionals should learn the signs and symptoms of this complicated syndrome and its sequela, as treatment adaptations may be necessary for these patients.
The following strategies can help clinicians recognize and manage sleep apnea in the dental setting.
Dental teams will benefit from an understanding of the oral health challenges faced by this patient population, as well as strategies for successful management.
An exploration of clinical considerations when choosing oral sedation and behavior guidance techniques for pediatric patients with autism spectrum disorder.
This overview of Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, will assist oral health professionals when caring for this patient population.
By recognizing the symptoms of this neuropathic pain disorder, oral health professionals can adapt care to avoid triggering reactions in patients with trigeminal neuralgia.