Sealing occlusal caries lesions in adults referred for restorative treatment: 2–3 years of follow-up

@article{Bakhshandeh2011SealingOC,
  title={Sealing occlusal caries lesions in adults referred for restorative treatment: 2–3 years of follow-up},
  author={A. M. Bakhshandeh and Vibeke Qvist and Kim Rud Ekstrand},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={521-529}
}
The aim of this study was to assess the possibility to arrest occlusal caries lesions in adults by sealant as well as to assess the presence of radiographic progression, arrest, and regression of the sealed lesions. Seventy-two occlusal caries lesions in 52 adult patients referred to restorative treatment by senior lecturers at School of Dentistry, Copenhagen, Denmark were included. In case the patient had more than one occlusal caries lesion, randomization between sealing and restoration was… CONTINUE READING

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