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A systematic review of the performance of methods for identifying carious lesions.
This systematic review evaluates evidence describing histologically validated performance of methods for identifying carious lesions. A search identified 1,407 articles, of which 39 were included… Expand
Non-carious cervical lesions.
Non-carious cervical lesions are commonly encountered in clinical practice and present in a variety of forms. A knowledge of the aetiology of these lesions is important for preventing further… Expand
Outcomes of root canal treatment and restoration, implant-supported single crowns, fixed partial dentures, and extraction without replacement: a systematic review.
- M. Torabinejad, Patricia Anderson, +10 authors S. White
- The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
- 1 October 2007
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Dentists and patients are regularly confronted by a difficult treatment question: should a tooth be saved through root canal treatment and restoration (RCT), be extracted without… Expand
Systematic reviews of selected dental caries diagnostic and management methods.
A systematic review of the English-language literature was conducted to address three related questions concerning the diagnosis and management of dental caries: a) the performance (sensitivity,… Expand
Meta-analysis of fixed partial denture survival: prostheses and abutments.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Few estimates of the probability of various outcomes associated with replacement of missing teeth with fixed partial dentures have been reported. Existing longitudinal studies… Expand
A systematic review of the performance of a laser fluorescence device for detecting caries.
BACKGROUND The DIAGNOdent, or DD (KaVo America, Lake Zurich, Ill.), a device for detecting caries using laser fluorescence, has been growing in popularity during the past three years. Although… Expand
Understanding dentists' restorative treatment decisions.
A critical review of the literature is presented that examines variation in dentists' restorative treatment decisions and the factors associated with this variation. Substantial variation has been… Expand
Case-control study of non-carious cervical lesions.
- J. Bader, F. McClure, M. S. Scurria, D. Shugars, H. O. Heymann
- Community dentistry and oral epidemiology
- 1 August 1996
An exploratory case-control study of non-carious cervical lesions was undertaken to examine the effects of a variety of risk factors. Candidate exposure variables were related to erosion, abrasion,… Expand
Variation, treatment outcomes, and practice guidelines in dental practice.
Physicians' roles in preventing dental caries in preschool children: a summary of the evidence for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
CONTEXT Almost 20% of children aged 2 to 5 years have untreated dental caries. Physician interventions to prevent and manage dental caries in preschool children could help address this common… Expand