Treatment of the approximal carious
lesions consists sometimes in large tooth preparations, resulting atypical cavities as: mesio-occlusal-distal (MOD), approximal-occlusal-vestibolar, cervico-approximal-occusal, etc.
A complete adult dentition is present, with no ante-mortem tooth loss or other evidence of dental disease, with the exception of the lower left second molar, which shows a carious
lesion on its occlusal surface.
Spectra can also be used during the caries removal process to ensure that all carious
dentin is removed, and during the prophy process to ensure that all plaque and calculus are removed.
New features include Doctor's Diagnosis, with which clinicians can manually examine multiple potential carious
sites/ surfaces on a single radiographic image.
Figure 1 shows the mean values for the total number of carious
surfaces for children with blood lead levels of 1, 2, 3, and [greater than or equal to] 4 [micro]g/dL, by site.
The posterior teeth also exhibit large carious
Jo Collinson silenced the room with Carious
and closing with the beautiful lyrics of Camera Eyes.
AMERICAN INVENTIONS; A History of Carious
, Extraordinary, and Just Plain Useful Patents
Bloody Jack; being an account of the carious
adventures of Mary "Jacky" Faber, ship's boy.
DiMassa has kept Hothead's public profile low for the past several years but was convinced to bring her back to the spotlight by Animal Prufrock, of the now-separated duo Bitch and Animal, who pitched the carious
concept of adapting Hothead to a musical format.
Participants were asked to rate the importance of substance abuse issues in their communities and to reflect on how effective carious
approaches were in intervening in substance misuse (Jones-Saumty, Thomas, Phillips, Tivis, & Nixon, 2003).
exposure with bacterial invasion of the tooth pulp leading to a periapical abscess is the most common cause of dentocutaneous sinus tracts.