STOMATOLOGY EDU JOURNAL 2017, Volume 4, Issue 3 SEJ_3-2017_Online - Page 63

THE HALL TECHNIQUE IN PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND AN “ALL HALL” CASE REPORT WITH A-24 MONTH FOLLOW UP Pre-op 6 months post-op 12 months post-op 18 months post-op 24 months post-op Figure 8. Shows pre-op bitewing radiographs showing caries in all Ds and Es. Also shown are bitewings taken 6 months, 12 and 18 months post-op Hall technique. They show fully seated HT SSCs with no secondary caries and no pathology and normally erupting 6s. A periapical of 84 was taken at 12 months and 18 months as it had the deepest pre-op carious lesion. Note the absence of periapical pathology and normal eruption of 46. At 24 moths the bitewings show no change except that tooth 26 is engaged against 65 SSC. It was treated as an ectopic eruption of 26. 4) Restore remaining upper anterior teeth with composite strip crowns once cooperation allows; 5) Reinforce preventive measures (oral hygiene, diet), professional topical fluoride varnish appli- cation 4 times/year. 5.3. Case Discussion This report showcased treatment that may be Stomatology Edu Journal of interest to GDPs and specialists in paediatric dentistry alike. It highlighted simple non-invasive treatment that eliminated the need for treatment under LA and avoided a dental GA in a very young child. A situation many occur in practice on a daily basis. This case had been a great challenge due to important factors which were involved: the patient’s 213