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In vitro performance of methods of approximal caries detection in primary molars.
VI performs better, but both radiographic and LFpen methods also show good performance in detecting more advanced approximal caries lesions. Expand
Comparing the reliability of a new fluorescence camera with conventional laser fluorescence devices in detecting caries lesions in occlusal and smooth surfaces of primary teeth
The FC showed high reliability for occlusal and smooth surfaces, similar to the other fluorescence methods tested, and prolonged air drying increased the FC measurements. Expand
Influence of moisture and plaque on the performance of a laser fluorescence device in detecting caries lesions in primary teeth
The moisture conditions do not influence significantly the performance of the LFpen, but the presence of plaque can affect its performance in detecting occlusal caries lesions in primary teeth. Expand