Benefits in cost and reduced discomfort of new techniques of minimally invasive cavity treatment.

@article{Verde2009BenefitsIC,
  title={Benefits in cost and reduced discomfort of new techniques of minimally invasive cavity treatment.},
  author={Ana Vila Verde and Marta M. D. Ramos and A. Marshall Stoneham},
  journal={Journal of dental research},
  year={2009},
  volume={88 4},
  pages={297-9}
}
The concept of minimally invasive dentistry is appealing to more and more dentists. Patients share this enthusiasm. Three basic principles underlie minimally invasive dentistry: prevention of dental caries, less intrusive treatment for early lesions, and conservation of tissue when deeper lesions are restored. Together, these principles improve patient well-being by 

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