Pediatric Dentistry - a Clinical Approach, 3ed.

List of Tables

1.  Chapter 02

a.  Table 2.1 Short‐limbed conditions and adult height (cm)

2.  Chapter 03

a.  Table 3.1 Different types of early temperaments

b.  Table 3.2 Examples of developmental tasks

3.  Chapter 05

a.  Table 5.1 Most frequent causes of noneruption for various types of permanent teeth and suggested treatment

4.  Chapter 08

a.  Table 8.1 Sensitivity and specificity values and ranges in parentheses for radiographic diagnosis of caries based on a systematic review.

b.  Table 8.2 Individual key ages for bitewing radiography and proposed time intervals between radiographic examinations].

5.  Chapter 09

a.  Table 9.1 Indications for moderate/conscious sedation and type of sedation used in children (+ + = very good, + = good)

b.  Table 9.2 Suggested doses of benzodiazepines for perioperative sedation

6.  Chapter 10

a.  Table 10.1 Nordic surveys of caries in children and adolescents on which the description in the present chapter is based

7.  Chapter 11

a.  Table 11.1 Accuracy and quality of evidence for various models and single factors to predict caries in children.

b.  Table 11.2 Example of factors that may affect caries risk in children

c.  Table 11.3 Quality of evidence for various caries preventive methods in children

8.  Chapter 12

a.  Table 12.1 General characteristics of GICs, compomers, and composites

9.  Chapter 13

a.  Table 13.1 Prevalence of dental erosion in children (primary teeth) and adolescents (permanent teeth) in different countries. Prevalence denotes erosive damage reaching the dentin or close to dentinal exposure of large surfaces

10. Chapter 22

a.  Table 22.1 Range and median values for the prevalences of (a) subjective symptoms and (b) clinical signs of TMD in different epidemiologic investigations

b.  Table 22.2 Maximal mouth opening at different ages according to Agerberg [27]

11. Chapter 24

a.  Table 24.1 ICF structure and domains applied on example patients: a child with Autism spectrum disorder and a child with quadriplegic cerebral palsy and epilepsy.

12. Chapter 25

a.  Table 25.1 Isolated malformations, deformations, and disruptions

b.  Table 25.2 Gene mutations causing craniosynostosis

c.  Table 25.3 Gene mutations causing aberrations in number and shape of teeth

d.  Table 25.4 Genes with mutations associated with defects in dental hard tissues

13. Chapter 26

a.  Table 26.1 Definitions of child maltreatment and its components.