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Clinical Studies Concerning Re-Restoration of Teeth
  • R. Elderton
  • Medicine
  • Advances in dental research
  • 1 June 1990
Re-restoring teeth is an important component of operative dentistry, and the perceived presence of Re-restoring caries is a major reason for undertaking it. In the absence of a diagnosis of secondaryExpand
Preventive (Evidence-Based) Approach to Quality General Dental Care
  • R. Elderton
  • Medicine
  • Medical Principles and Practice
  • 1 April 2003
Restorative and scaling treatments have not generally provided an effective method for managing dental caries and periodontal diseases. Rather, restorative treatment has often covered up the diseaseExpand
The prevalence of failure of restorations: a literature review.
  • R. Elderton
  • Medicine
  • Journal of dentistry
  • 1 September 1976
Abstract Millions of dental restorations are placed each year, yet many fail in service. Different workers have reported varying figures for the prevalence of this failure, but in general it appearsExpand
New approaches to cavity design with special reference to the class II lesion
  • R. Elderton
  • Medicine
  • British Dental Journal
  • 22 December 1984
Treating restorative dentistry to health
  • R. Elderton
  • Medicine
  • British Dental Journal
  • 21 September 1996
The concepts that underpin much of dental practice need refocusing so as to accommodate the many scientific advances that have been made in recent years in understanding oral disease processes andExpand
Biological and clinical investigations of a glass ionomer base material.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to investigate the biological properties of a new glass ionomer base material containing strontium glass. METHODS The glass ionomer base material (BaseExpand
Overtreatment with restorative dentistry: when to intervene?
Traditional restorative dental treatment has many shortcomings and has not been shown to be an effective method for managing caries. In spite of this, many dentists continue to be powered by anExpand
The Dentition and dental care
The dentition through life enamel the pulp-dentine complex the periodontal tissues dental plaque fluorides assessment of the patient and principles of treatment planning the prevention of caries andExpand
Changing scene in cariology and operative dentistry.
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