Possibilities and prospects in early orthopaedic rehabilitation of children with ectodermal dysplasia and congenital edentulism. clinical features and practical experience
Galonsky V.G.1, 3, Tarasova N.V.1, Surdo E.S.1, Gradoboev A.V.2
1 V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University 660036, Russia, Krasnoyarskiy kray, Krasnoyarsk, St.
Partizana Zheleznyaka, 1
2 Dental clinic “Gelios” LLC
Russia, 662313, Krasnoyarskiy kray, Sharypovo, 6 Mikrorayon, 25
3 Krasnoyarsk Science Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Research Institute of Medical Problems of the North (SRI MPN)
660022,Russia, Krasnoyarskiy kray, Krasnoyarsk, St. Partizana Zheleznyaka, 3Г
E-mail address: email@example.com
The article is devoted to the issue of early orthopaedic rehabilitation of youngest preschool children with ectodermal dysplasia and congenital edentulism. The essence and details of children’s psychophysiological development at this age are revealed, as well as main pedagogical tools making it possible to adapt the children to the specific environment of the dental clinic and motivate them for undergoing long-term multistage orthopaedic dental treatment. Clinical approaches and peculiarities in the dentist’s work with children of different psychological types as well as particular aspects in their adaptation to removable dentures are described. Two clinical cases of effective orthopaedic rehabilitation of 3-years-old children with ectodermal dysplasia and congenital edentulism using full removable lamellar dentures.
Keywords: congenital edentulism, ectodermal dysplasia, Christ-Siemens-Touraine syndrome, congenital maxillofacial pathology, oligodontia, complete edentulism, removable dentures, paediatric dental prosthetics, adaptation to dentures.
For citation: Galonsky V.G., Tarasova N.V., Surdo E.S., Gradoboev A.V. Possibilities and prospects in early orthopaedic rehabilitation of children with ectodermal dysplasia and congenital edentulism. clinical features and practical experience.Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2020, no.4(93): 40-50 (In Russian). doi: 10.35556/idr-2020-4(93)40-50
1. Agadzhanyan S. Kh. Diagnosis and treatment of dentofacial anomalies in case of partial congenital absence of teeth: author. dis. … cand. med. Moscow, 1985, 23 p. (In Russian).
2. Bondarets A.Yu., Gunenkova I.V., Samoylova N.V. Some aspects of terminology, classification and incidence of hypodontia. Stomatology. 2014, no.2: 47—51 (In Russian).
3. Bondarets N.V. Hypohydrotic ectoderm dysplasia. Characterization and treatment. Pediatric Dentistry and prophylaxis. 2001, no.1: 31—34 (In Russian).
4. Bondarets N.V. Dental rehabilitation of children and adolescents with congenital partial absence of teeth: author. dis. … cand. med. Moscow, 1990, 25 p. (In Russian).
5. Bondarets N.V. The structure of the facial skeleton in children and adolescents with multiple adentia. Stomatology. 1990, no.3: 72—75 (In Russian).
6. Bondarets N.V. On the terminology and classification of adentia. New in dentistry. 2001, no.9(99): 64—66 (In Russian).
7. Bondarets N. V. Comprehensive dental treatment in the system of medical rehabilitation of patients with hypohydrotic ectoderm dysplasia syndrome. New in dentistry. 2002, no.1(101): 81—84 (In Russian).
8. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A. Orthopedic treatment of patients with Christ-Siemens-Touren syndrome and complete primary adentia using materials with shape memory. Pediatric Dentistry and prophylaxis. 2008; no.3(26): 29—35 (In Russian).
9. Galonsky V.G. Maxillofacial orthopedics using materials with shape memory: abstract. dis. cand. med. Irkutsk, 2009, 47 p. (In Russian).
10. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A., Gunter V.E. Elimination of complete adentia in adults and children with removable dentures with cast nickel-titanium base. Russian journal of dentistry. 2010, no.3: 33—38 (In Russian).
11. Dhanrajani P.J. Primary adentia. Etiology, clinical manifestations and treatment. Quintessence. 2003, no.3: 35—44 (In Russian).
12. Evnevich E.P. Clinical and functional rationale for the treatment of children and adolescents with true adentia: author. dis. … cand. med. Smolensk, 2000, 20 p. (In Russian).
13. Ivanov S.Yu., Nenadova O.B., Samoilova N.V. The possibility of using dental implants in children and adolescents with hypohydrotic ectoderm dysplasia. Russian Bulletin of Dental Implantology. 2003, no.3—4:11—14 (In Russian).
14. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A., Pulikov A.S., Shushakova A.A., Tarasova N.V., Bril E.A., Makarchuk M.Yu., Tumshevits V.O. Clinical signs, morphology of prosthetic bed tissues, methods of rehabilitation for patients suffering from ectodermal dysplasia and congenital adentia. Pediatric Dentistry and prophylaxis. 2011, no.4: 29—40 (In Russian).
15. Kolesov M.A., Pankratova N.V. Ectodermal dysplasia and its manifestations in the oral cavity. Orthodontics. 2004, no.1(25): 21—25 (In Russian).
16. Khoroshilkina F.Ya., Agadzhanyan S.Kh., Bondarets N.V. et al. Complex treatment of dentofacial anomalies in combination with dentofacial prosthetics. Orthodontics. Comprehensive treatment of dentofacial anomalies: orthodontic, surgical, orthopedic. Moscow, 2001, book 3: 112—140 (In Russian).
17. Kulikova A. Yu. Optimization of orthodontic care for patients with multiple adentia and ectoderm dysplasia: author. dis. … cand. med. Moscow, 2016, 25 p. (In Russian).
18. Kupietzky A., Houpt M. Hypohydrotic ectoderm dysplasia: characteristic signs and treatment. Quintessence. 1995, no.4: 55—61 (In Russian).
19. Nenadova O.B. Clinical and physiological substantiation of the use of dental implants in children and adolescents with hypohydrotic ectoderm dysplasia: author. dis. … cand. med. Moscow, 2004, 22 p. (In Russian).
20. Galonsky V.G., Tarasova N.V., Chernov V.N., Gradoboev A.V. Features of overdenture tooth replacement in children and adolescents with congenital adentia and ectodermal. The problems of dentistry. 2020; no.1(16): 98—107. doi:10.18481/2077-7566-20-16-1-98-107. (In Russian).
21. Galonsky V. G., Radkevich A. A., Chernov V. N. et al. Long-term morphological and functional results of orthopedic rehabilitation of patients with ectoderm dysplasia and complete congenital adentia. Actual problems and prospects of the development of dentistry in the North: a collection of articles of the interregional scientific and practical conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the dental service of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) [Electronic resource]. Ed. I.D. Ushnitsky. Yakutsk: NEFU Publishing House, 2020, 309—351 (In Russian).
22. Postnikov M.A., Moiseeva E.S. Experience in the use of full removable prothesis in children with adentia. Orthodontics. 2018; no.2(82): 44—50 (In Russian).
23. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A., Surdo E.S., Tepper E.A. Prevalence, age-gender and anatomical and topographic characteristics of primary and secondary adentia in children, adolescents and young people. Pediatric Dentistry and prophylaxis. 2010, no.4(35): 6—13 (In Russian).
24. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A., Pulikov A.S., Gunter V.E. Rehabilitation of adults and children with full edentia with the use of removable orthopedic structures from the cast alloy “Titanide”: guidelines. Tomsk: LLC NPP MITs, 2009, 36 р. (In Russian).
25. Samoylova N.V. Combined treatment of children and adolescents with multiple adentia. Orthodontics. 2003, no.4(24): 39—45 (In Russian).
26. Samoylova N.V., Gunenkova I.V., Kulikova A. Yu. Systematization of dentition defects in oligodentia in combination with ectoderm dysplasia syndromes. Orthodontics. 2015, no.1(69): 8—16 (In Russian).
27. Smerdina Yu.G., Smerdina L.N. Clinic and orthopedic treatment of children with ectoderm dysplasia. Orthodontics. 2008, no.2(42): 56—58 (In Russian).
28. Smerdina Yu. G., Smerdina L.N., Nacheva L.N. Ectodermal dysplasia: types, clinic, orthopedic treatment (guidelines). Kemerovo. 2008, 36 р. (In Russian).
29. Smirnova A.M., Kharitonova M.P. Primary adentia in children. Prevalence, etiology and modern diagnostic methods. Ural Medical Journal. 2012, no.12(104): 90—95 (In Russian).
30. Galonsky V.G., Radkevich A.A., Shushakova A.A., Tumshevits V.O. Ectodermal dysplasia: characteristic clinical signs and methods of dental rehabilitation. Siberian Medical Journal. 2011, no.2(26): 21—27 (In Russian).
31. Yakovleva M.V., Mustafaev R.R., Anokhina A.V. Modern clinical and epidemiological characteristics of congenital adentia. Bulletin of modern clinical medicine. 2013, no.2(6): 73—78 (In Russian).
32. Anuroopa A., Jafar A., Lovely M. Oral rehabilitation of a young patient with hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a clinical report. Contemporary clinical dentistry. 2012, 1(3): 33—36. DOI: 10.4103/0976-237X.95101
33. Bajraktarova V.E., Bajraktarova M.C., Stevkovska V. et al. Prosthodontic management of hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a case report. South European Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Research. 2017, no.2: 20—26.doi:10.5937/sejodr2-15244
34. Bhargava A., Sharma A., Popli S. et al. Prosthodontic Management of a child with ectodermal dysplasia: a case report. J. Indian Prosthodont. Soc. 2010, no.2(10): 137—140.doi:10.1007/s13191-010-0026-9
35. Cezaria T.T., Ximenes M., Souza G.O. et al. Implant-supported oral rehabilitation in child with ectodermal dysplasia — 4-year follow-up. The Bulletin of Tokyo Dental College. 2017, no.1(58): 49—56. doi:10.2209/tdcpublication.2016-0012
36. Dibler E., Savas T.Y., Aykent F. Prosthodontic treatment of an adolescent patient with hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: case report. Selcuk Dental Journal. 2015, no.2: 76—78.
37. Kumari N., Kumar G.V., Sunil C.D. et al. Ectodermal dysplasia: prosthodontic considerations. Int. J. Oral Health Med. Res. 2016, no.4(3): 92—94.
38. Ou-Yang L.W., Li T.Y., Tsai A.I. Early prosthodontic intervention on two three-year-old twin girls with ectodermal dysplasia. Eur. J. Paediatr. Dent. 2019, no.2(20): 139—142.
39. Prasad S., Giri T.K. Oral rehabilitation of a hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia patient: An usual prosthetic problem. The journal of Indian prosthodontic society. 2009, no.3(9): 156—159.
40. Singh R., Singh V., Surya R. et al. Prosthodontic management of ectodermal dysplasia in pediatric patient. Journal of Dental and Medicine Sciences. 2015; no.7(14): 13—16.
41. Singh T., Singh R., Singh G.P. et al. Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: A felicitous approach to esthetic and prosthetic management. Int. J. Clin. Pediatr. Dent. 2013, no.2(6): 140—145.doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10005-1207
42. Soni K.S., Saha S., Niharika et al. Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a case report. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research. 2018, no.9(8): 281—286.