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Related to carious: cariogenesis, primary caries

carious

 [kar´e-әs] (L. cariosus)
affected with or of the nature of caries.

car·i·ous

(kār'ē-ŭs),
Relating to or affected with caries.

carious

(kâr′ē-əs)
adj.
Having caries, especially of the teeth; decayed.

car′i·os′i·ty (-ŏs′ĭ-tē), car′i·ous·ness n.

car·i·ous

(kar'ē-ŭs)
Relating to or affected with caries.

carious

Decayed.

car·i·ous

(kar'ē-ŭs)
Relating to or affected with caries.

carious (ker´ēus),

adj pertaining to caries or decay.
carious dentin,
adj pertaining to caries or decay. See wax, carious.
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Pulpotomy versus pulpectomy for carious vital primary incisors: randomized controlled trial.
Most respondents agreed that they "would like to use SDF to arrest active carious lesions" in their patients (91%) and that they "want to offer the option of SDF so that [their] patients receive the best dental care" (93%).
Direct pharmacological intervention onto a carious lesion prior to placing a restoration is an opportunity to assist with the remineralization of carious dentine.
Baysan A, Beighton D, Assessment of the ozone-mediated killing of bacteria in infected dentine associated with non-cavitated occlusal carious lesions.
Absence of carious lesions at margins of glass-ionomer cement and amalgam restorations: An update of systematic review evidence.
5 ml of ketamine (LabMalgene) with doses of 5 mg/kg, the oral cavity of each animal was clinically assessed to verify the absence of carious processes.
The primary molars with occlusal caries extending into dentin were confirmed through intraoral periapical radiograph whereas for teeth involving pulpal and/or periapical pathology, multisurface carious lesions and teeth with developmental anomalies were excluded.
Radiological examination showed mixed dentition without any enamel defects; however, multiple carious lesions were seen on radiograph (Figure 4).
This means taking a dental bur and slicing away the tooth structure of primary molars mesially and distally, so allowing saliva to access the carious surfaces and improve the chances of remineralising early lesions.
Topics include diagnosis of periodontal disease using blood and saliva testing; periodontal tissue, salivary gland, and tooth regeneration; tissue-engineered bone; correlation of periodontal disease with cardiovascular disease, preterm low birth weight, and diabetes; genetic diagnosis of drug-induced gingival overgrowth; dentinal remineralization and hypersensitivity; the effect of whitening procedures on tooth structure; discriminate removal of carious dentin using a caries detector; nerve injury due to tooth extraction or implant placement; morphologic changes to the mandibular canal and maxillary sinus following tooth loss; and identification of vessels and nerves in the maxillary tuberosity for implant placement.
Objective: To record the newly developing carious lesions in patients receiving fixed orthodontic treatment.
In times when more than 30 percent of the budget is spent on salaries and administration costs, the least we need is the money to be spent on carious institutions whose main task obviously is to gather more people.