Inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia in pediatric dentistry due to deleterious habit: case report

  • Marcelle Danelon
  • Nayara Gonçalves Emerenciano
  • Marjully Eduardo Rodrigues da Silva
  • Robson Frederico Cunha

Resumo

This paper reports the clinical case of a pediatric dentistry patient, presenting a correlation between non-nutritive suction and inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia. A 10-year-old female patient attended the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic of the Araçatuba Dental School-Brazil (FOA/UNESP) with her mother, who reported a "little ball under the upper lip" of the daughter, observed three months before, with gradual increase. The clinical examination revealed poor positioning of tooth 21 and a fibrous hyperplasia at 2 cm from the upper region of the respective tooth. A presumptive diagnosis of inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia was established. The proposed treatment was lesion excision, fabrication of a Hawley appliance for repositioning of tooth 21 and counseling on the need to cease the deleterious digital sucking habit. We conclude that elimination of the traumatic agent is fundamental for therapeutic success, in addition to surgical removal.

Descriptors: Hyperplasia; Fingersucking; Habits.

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2020-08-07
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Danelon, M., Emerenciano, N. G., Silva, M. E. R. da, & Cunha, R. F. (2020). Inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia in pediatric dentistry due to deleterious habit: case report. ARCHIVES OF HEALTH INVESTIGATION, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.21270/archi.v9i4.4958
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