Tabella sulla sicurezza

La sicurezza e i vostri denti

Le lesioni ai denti spesso possono essere prevenute, soprattutto se si è coscienti dei pericoli. A tal fine riportiamo di seguito una tabella. Scegliete le situazioni potenzialmente pericolose.

 

Causa

Prevenzione

Possibili aree pericolose nel mio ambiente

Spintonare/spingere
  • Incoraggiate i bambini a essere gentili gli uni con gli altri e ricordategli con gentilezza di                        aspettare sempre il proprio turno.
 
Cadere sulle scale
  • Assicuratevi di non mettere fretta ai bambini
  • Ricordate ai bambini di usare i corrimano
 
Cadere dalla bici o dalle strutture al parco giochi
  • Ripassate le regole di sicurezza
  • Insegnate un uso sicuro
  • Assicuratevi che le attrezzature siano adeguate all'età del bambino e in buono stato
 
Correre con oggetti in bocca
  • Compilate un elenco degli unici oggetti che vanno messi in bocca e discutetene insieme
  • Appendente l'elenco in modo che il bambino possa leggerlo
 
Cadere/inciampare
  • Ricordate ai bambini di camminare invece di correre
  • Mettete via i giochi e ripulite sostanze e liquidi su cui si può scivolare
 
Incidenti di auto (frenate improvvise)
  • Indossate sempre la cintura di sicurezza
  • Organizzate un gioco di ruolo
 
Mordere oggetti duri
  • Compilate insieme un elenco di tutto ciò che non va morso
  • Incoraggiate i bambini ad inserire oggetti nell'elenco
 
 

 

Lo sapevate?

  • Gli incisivi superiori sono i denti più coinvolti in incidenti
  • In genere i denti e le gengive nella parte posteriore della bocca subiscono lesioni provocate dalla masticazione di matite e ghiaccio o schiacciando il guscio delle noci

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Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 

Altri articoli

I migliori modi per prevenire le EMERGENZE DENTALI

  • Indossare un paradenti – Può essere d'aiuto per proteggere i denti da infortuni e traumi, in particolare per chi pratica sport che richiedono il contatto fisico.
  • Evitare caramelle e cibi duri – Caramelle dure e ghiaccio non vanno masticati se si vuole proteggere i denti da piccoli incidenti mentre si mangia.

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