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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Comparison Of Three Methods For Detection Of Carious Lesions In Proximal Surfaces Versus Direct Visual Examination After Tooth Separation.
Author: Mialhe, Fabio Luiz
Pereira, Antonio Carlos
Pardi, Vanessa
de Castro Meneghim, Marcelo
Abstract: The present study aimed to compare clinical, fiber-optic transillumination and bite-wing radiographic assessment of carious lesion depth in contacting proximal surfaces with the results obtained by direct visual inspection after tooth separation of the respective surfaces. It is suggested that when a carious lesion is diagnosed as non-cavitated by clinical examination or restricted to enamel by FOTI or radiographic examinations in a population of children with low caries prevalence, dentists should adopt a preventive approach.
Subject: Adolescent
Dental Caries
Dental Caries Activity Tests
Humans
Radiography, Bitewing
Reproducibility Of Results
Transillumination
Rights: fechado
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Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14604144
Date Issue: 2003
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