Alejandra Jans

Alejandra Jans
Universidad de La Frontera · Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics

Magister
Especialista en Odontología Pediátrica. Cursando programa de Doctorado en Comunicación Universidad de los Andes

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Publications (13)
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Purpose Late in 2019, massive protest demonstrations rocked both Chile and Colombia. They were an expression of discontent with the economic model and social policies implemented in both countries in recent decades. The purpose of this study is to investigate how Chilean and Colombian news websites framed these social protests and what aspects of t...
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Objetivo: El objetivo fue definir los contenidos mínimos y sus indicadores de aplicación clínica en el currículo de cariología para las escuelas de odontología chilenas. Metodología: Basados en los 5 dominios curriculares internacionales, se elaboró un documento que define los contenidos e indicadores de aplicación clínica para la enseñanza de car...
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Abstract: Background: To correlate the need for orthodontic treatment between the self-perception of Chilean adolescents from 14 to 18 years old with the observation of a dentist using the same assessment scale, as well as to determine if covariates such as gender, age and type of school influence the self-perception of the adolescent and the exam...
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For the treatment of deep carious lesions, partial caries removal (PCR) appears to be advantageous over complete caries removal (CCR). However, and in light of insufficient evidence it is difficult to determine if there are differences between both treatments in relation to signs and symptoms of the dentin-pulp complex. The aim of this study was to...
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Introduction Premature loss of primary incisors may result in aesthetic, functional and psychologic problems. Prosthetic restoration allows replacing missing teeth, avoiding the unwanted consequences that their absence may carry. Objective The aim of this clinical case is to describe the technique and clinical evolution of a Denari fixed anterior p...
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Advances in medicine, particularly in pediatric medicine, have enabled more premature babies to survive. While the majority of the survivors present trouble-free development, a significant number of all children present disabilities in their neural development. In premature babies, the neurological complications and consequences increase inversely...
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The choice of restorative materials can be critical decisions, especially when it comes to high-risk pediatric patients and young cariogenic where professional commitment lies in the maintenance of the temporary works to its natural exfoliation time. So that the indication should be closely linked to the patient's caries risk. The objective of this...
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Crown root fracture management is a clinical and interdisciplinary challenge, either in its initial emergency care as in the definitive treatment planning and execution. Three main treatment alternatives are described: surgical and orthodontic extrusion of crown-root remnant, gingivectomy and intentional reimplantation, depending on factors such as...
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Aim: To assess the clinical and radiographic outcomes of 36 transplanted teeth and the possible factors affecting the results. Material and methods: In 26 children, 36 teeth transplants were performed. The main reason for transplantations was the loss of anterior teeth due to trauma; 80.5% of transplanted teeth were immature bicuspids. The transpl...
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Resumen: Introducción: Como Amelogénesis Imperfecta (AI) es denominado un grupo de desórdenes hereditarios, clínica y genéticamente heterogéneos, caracterizados por alteraciones en el esmalte dentario. Pueden presentarse acompañados de otras alteraciones en la cavidad oral o fuera de ella. Genéticamente la AI es transmitida ligada al cromosoma X, o...
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Emergency treatment of 11- years-old female patient, presenting a complicated crown root fracture, which simultaneously presented oblique root fracture in the maxillary right central incisor. In order to expose the subgingival extension of the fracture, it was necessary to raise a mucoperiosteal flap. In light of pulp exposure, and prior to the rep...
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La Hipomineralización Molar Incisal (MIH) es una alteración del desarrollo dentario, que estaría asocia-da a causas de origen sistémico, e involucra al menos uno o más primeros molares permanentes, pudiendo estar comprome-tidos los incisivos. La prevalencia de este síndrome varía en la literatura entre 2,5 a 40% en la población infantil mundial. El...
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Malocclusion represents a public health problem in Chile. Government policies create preventive and interceptive programs for these conditions. Nevertheless, there are no uniform criteria for the selection of patients who need early treatment; the decision is made by a specialist during orthodontic treatment. Here, we propose the Index for Early In...

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