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Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry: A Comprehensive Guide for Dental Professionals

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Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry: A Comprehensive Guide for Dental Professionals

The University of Jaén, through UJA Editorial, has recently released a groundbreaking publication aimed at professionals in the field of pediatric dentistry. The “Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry” is a comprehensive manual that systematically compiles the most frequent dental situations in children and young adults, providing a valuable resource for clinicians working in this specialized area.

Authored by experts in the field, including Martín Romero Maroto, Mª José González Olmo, and María Carrillo Díaz, the Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry is a result of collaborative efforts between orthodontists and pediatric dentists. The publication aims to systematize, describe, and illustrate the most common pathologies within pediatric dentistry, offering valuable insights and solutions for diagnosis and treatment.

The Atlas covers a wide range of topics, including trauma, dental alterations, cavities, loss of space, and alterations in eruption, among others. The manual is richly illustrated with real images and x-rays, providing readers with a detailed understanding of each pathology and facilitating the development of effective treatment plans.

Designed for dental students, general dentists, and primary care pediatricians, the Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry is a user-friendly resource that offers practical guidance for managing dental issues in children and young adults. This publication represents a milestone in the field of pediatric dentistry, providing valuable information and insights for professionals seeking to enhance their clinical practice.

The “Atlas of Pediatric Dentistry” is available for purchase through UJA Editorial and Unebook, offering a valuable resource for professionals interested in expanding their knowledge and expertise in pediatric dentistry.

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