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Currently there is no reason, in most cases of cavitated caries lesions, to remove affected tissue. This book presents evidence-based research on the topic and provides assessments of diagnostic devices. It offers new insights into how a dentine carious cavity can be managed by either tissue removal or restoration. Methods for preserving dental tissue are presented and ample evidence highlights the need to seal with a quality restorative material. An update on how to conduct a randomized clinical trial is followed by a chapter on agreed upon terminology for supporting improved communication among oral health professionals around the world. This is a must-read for general practitioners, restorative specialists, dental students, and oral hygienists/therapists.

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  • Age restriction: 0+
  • Size: 420 pp. 90 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9783318063691
  • Editors: F. Schwendicke, J. Frencken, N. Innes
  • Publisher: S. Karger AG
  • Copyright: Ingram
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Book is part of series
«Monographs in Oral Science»
Caries Excavation: Evolution of Treating Cavitated Carious Lesions
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