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Diagnosis and risk prediction of dental caries

Axelsson, Per D.D.S.

Diagnosis and risk prediction of dental caries

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Published by Quintessence Pub. Co. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dental caries.,
  • Dental caries -- Prevention.,
  • Risk assessment.,
  • Carie dentaire.,
  • Carie dentaire -- Prévention.,
  • Évaluation du risque.,
  • Dental Caries -- etiology.,
  • Dental Caries -- diagnosis.,
  • Dental Caries -- epidemiology.,
  • Risk Assessment.,
  • Risk Factors.,
  • Cariës.,
  • Risicoanalyse.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 281-295) and index.

    StatementPer Axelsson.
    SeriesThe Axelsson series on preventive dentistry -- vol. 2.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRK331 .A96 2000, RK331 .A96 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 307 p. :
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18278548M
    ISBN 100867153628
    ISBN 109780867153620
    LC Control Number99055485

    BMC Oral Health. Kim Kutsch, DMD Dental caries is a transmissible bacterial disease of the teeth that results from a pH-specific dysfunction of the biofilm. In fact, there is a direct relationship between MS levels in parents and their children [ 12 ]. The plan must meet the annual policy price points expected by employers, employees, and individuals.

    Teeth Dental caries is etiologically heterogeneous but mostly behaviorally driven; half of its observed variance may be attributed to predisposing genomic factors [ 45 ]. It is well known that saliva and dental biofilm harbor different genotypes of S. Another issue is the wide variations on reproducibility, possibly due to inconsistent probe contact with the tooth surface [ 41 ]. DIAGNOdent uses laser fluorescence technology to measure bacterial products in caries lesions, and it may be sensitive enough to detect early demineralization [ 3 ].

    Lesion activity assessment will help on the treatment decisions, particularly when preventive options should be implemented [ 25 ]. Marsh, N. Bacteria that present in the predentate stage play a significant role in early caries experience [ 6 ]. Teeth Dental caries is etiologically heterogeneous but mostly behaviorally driven; half of its observed variance may be attributed to predisposing genomic factors [ 45 ]. Using fluoride through gels, mouthwashes, and varnishes is a common application in prevention programs [ 54 ].


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AAPD supports the usage of xylitol as a non-cariogenic sugar substitute. The maxillary primary incisors are most vulnerable to the disease and are affected first. The fluorescent image of the tooth is recorded and digitalized and analyzed quantitatively.

It is characterized by prolonged periods of low pH, resulting in net mineral loss of the teeth. It is recommended with the evidence level grade C [ 30 ].

Caries Lesion Detection Technologies Numerous new technologies have been developed recently to identify demineralization, the earliest sign of dental caries.

Correlations of up to 0. The progression and loss of mineralization on the root surface is 2.

Detection and diagnosis of the early caries lesion

While the study report found that technologies contribute to the identification process, the authors cautioned that occlusal caries detection should be based primarily on visual inspection, while fluorescence-based methods may be used to provide a second opinion in clinical practice.

Some studies have found 0. Frencken, B.

An Introduction to Risk Prediction and Preventative Dentistry

Povidone iodine Povidone iodine is a solution that releases iodine slowly which has long-term antimicrobial action. The zone of destruction Diagnosis and risk prediction of dental caries book a more mixed bacterial population where proteolytic enzymes have destroyed the organic matrix.

There are increasing evidences which suggest that the preventive interventions within Diagnosis and risk prediction of dental caries book first year of life are critical.

Oral biofilm activity, culture testing and caries experience in school children. CariScreen Test if applicable A numeric score provides specific documentation for patient, practice and 3rd-party payers. It has been stated that a good detection method should be valid and reliable [ 6 ].

The existence of a code does not mean a patient has coverage under a policy. Abstract Dental caries is one of the oldest and most common diseases found in humans. Molar incisor hypomineralization, which seems to be increasingly common.

J Dent Res. This is often where confusion lies. Some strategies such as effective prevention, utilizing the support of professionals, integrated disease management, and innovative insurance structuring might develop to overcome these barriers [ 50 ].

Sclerotic dentin[ edit ] The structure of dentin is an arrangement of microscopic channels, called dentinal tubuleswhich radiate outward from the pulp chamber to the exterior cementum or enamel border.

Separate chapters address the external and the internal modifying factors that influence the prevalence, onset, and progression of periodontal diseases within individual patients; risk factors and risk profiles, both from an individual and from a group perspective; the classification and development of disease; specific guidelines for understanding and evaluating the clinical variables that disclose disease; and the epidemiology of periodontal disease.

Evidence of effective ECC prevention suggests prenatal and immediate postnatal interventions. Sucrose, although a bound glucose and fructose unit, is in fact more cariogenic than a mixture of equal parts of glucose and fructose.A comprehensive approach to modern caries management.

This systematic approach to modern caries management combines new, evidence-based treatment techniques with the scientific underpinnings of caries formation, providing an in-depth review for both clinicians in.

Tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria. The cavities may be a number of different colors from yellow to black. Symptoms may include pain and difficulty with eating.

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