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BACKGROUND The presence of oral diseases and disorders can produce an impact on the quality of life of preschool children and their parents, affecting their oral health and well-being. However,(More)
This study aimed to compare the clinical performance of two sets of visual scoring criteria for detecting caries severity and assessing caries activity status in occlusal surfaces. Two visual scoring(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim was to compare the performance of different methods in detecting approximal caries lesions primary molars ex vivo. STUDY DESIGN One hundred thirty-one approximal surfaces were(More)
This in vivo study aimed to compare the performance of different methods of approximal caries detection in primary molars. Fifty children (aged 5-12 years) were selected, and 2 examiners evaluated(More)
This in vitro study of occlusal surfaces on primary molars aimed to: (1) evaluate the reproducibility of the Nyvad and ICDAS-II visual systems in detecting caries; (2) to test the accuracy of the(More)
This study evaluated the feasibility of using the International Caries Detection and Assessment System (ICDAS-II) in epidemiological surveys and compared ICDAS with WHO criteria. Two hundred and(More)