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Aim: Using KTP laser and other decontamination techniques using ozonated water, Rose Bengal photosensitizer, chlorhexidine, and Er, YAG laser on the shear bond strength of adhesive resin bonds to deciduous teeth determined by herar bond strength. According to ICDAS standards, a total of 50 extracted and radiologically verified carious primary molars were collected and scrutinized. Whereas, the lowest SBS bond value was displayed by samples in group 3 when RBP was applied for dentin surface sanitization. CAD disinfection with the KTP laser, CHX, and RBP displayed similar bond values, with RBP's KTP laser, CHX, and RBP displayed similar bond values. Conclusion According to caries-affected dentin, hydrated water and Er, YAG laser could be used as cavity disinfectants in primary teeth as they demonstrated higher shear bond strength without jeopardizing the adhesive bond capacity of restorative resins bonded to caries-affected dentin.
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Active caries lesions are often treated with silver diamine fluoride. Nanosilver fluoride has emerged as a promising topical fluoride agent with potent cariostatic and antibacterial properties, according to reports. After 1 and 3 months, Objectives were used to determine the bacterial impact of NSF in relation to caries activity in dentin caries lesions, as well as the evolution of saliva bacterial levels in primary teeth in comparison to SDF. The trial will include fifty children aged 4 to six years old with active dentin caries lesions. They will be evenly divided into two groups: a group receiving NSF and a control group receiving SDF treatment. Conclusions The relationship between bacterial colony counts and lesion activity for both groups of both groups will be investigated, as well as the change in salivary bacterial counts.
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Objectives: To encourage root formation and apical closure, the preservation of pulpal vitality in immature permanent teeth with deep carious lesions is essential. This systematic review sought to analyze the evidence supporting the efficacy, demonstrated clinical and radiographic results, and bacteriological outcomes of techniques and products used for deep caries treatment in vital immature permanent teeth. Vital Pulp Therapy for deep caries in immature permanent posterior teeth without history of irreversible pulpitis was used by a randomised controlled trial, which also included a follow-up period of u226512 months. Overall success rates for direct pulp cap, indirect pulp cap, and pulpotomy were 98%, 93. 6%, 93 percent, 93. 6%. This book reviews the evidence and summarizes all available information on each of the main pulp therapy methods and products used in the treatment of deep caries in immature permanent teeth with essential pulps, with a primary pulp pulp.
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This research looked at the presence of carious lesions in children's primary and permanent teeth. The mean O'Leary plaque index was 28. 8%, with the average number of dmft/DMFT being 4. 45. Among the teeth that displayed symmetry of carious lesions, there was a connection between the dental health condition and the presence of lesions in both maxillary and mandibular primary second molars and the mandibular permanent right first molars. In both the maxillary and mandibular arches, a bilateral symmetric relationship of carious lesions was observed in the primary canines, primary first and second molars, permanent central and lateral incisors, first premolars, and permanent first molars. The findings reveal that the presence of a carious lesion on a tooth surface will indicate caries on the contralateral tooth, allowing the dentist to take targeted preventive steps.
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Background The use of topical fluoride powders has long been used successfully, and they have been shown to reduce dental decay. This research was designed to investigate the effects of an experimental nano silver fluoride varnish on the prevention of in vitro demineralization of primary teeth in primary teeth. Methods Forty-eight extracted/exfoliated sound molars were sectioned buccolingually into 96 specimens and randomly divided into two separate groups randomly. After the test materials were applied, all the specimens were exposed to a demineralization pH cycling system for 7 days. Specimens were tested for surface microhardness using the Vickers microhardness unit, and lesion depth was determined by a polarized light microscope using image J 1. 46r software. NSF's microhardness rise and decrease in lesion depth in comparison to FV. In limiting vitro enamel demineralization caused by acidic challenge, NSF had a similar effect to FV's in restricting the limitation in vitro enamel demineralization prompted by acidic challenge.
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Background Tooth decay is a significant public health issue globally. The anti-arrest efficiency of 38 percent silver diamine fluoride has been well documented in caries. Objective Description In comparison to placebo controls for preventing occlusal caries in preschool children over 30 months, this trial is designed to investigate the effects of semi-annual application of 38 percent SDF and 5% sodium fluoride varnish. Children are randomly selected to receive 1 of three interventions as follows: Group 1, 38 percent SDF; Group 2, 5% NaF varnish; and Group 3, placebo control. Conclusions If SDF application is more effective than NaF varnish for preventing caries on primary teeth's occlusal surfaces, it may be a preferred method for caries prevention in a kindergarten-based program. The findings of this trial will provide valuable clinical data for the design of oral health plans and policies on the promotion of child oral health.
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Background Few studies have reported on preparing initial proximal caries with sealants, and no reports on fluoride-releasing sealants. Aim: To stop caries progression in permanent teeth, study the effectiveness of coatings of a fluoride-releasing sealant and fluoride varnish on proximal enamel caries. In at least one contralateral pair of teeth with proximal enamel caries in forty-four 11- to 16-year-old children with radiographic caries, there was a split-mouth controlled trial. After tooth separation, the lesions were evaluated using DIAGNOdent and then visually assessed. The lesions in each case were randomly sealed with a fluoride-releasing sealant or coated with fluoride varnish or varnished. The car's evolution outcome variables were regression, no change, and progression. At the 12-month follow-up, applications of a fluoride-releasing sealant and a fluoride varnish three times resulted in no significant change in caries progression.
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