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carious

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

(kār'ē-ŭs),
Relating to or affected with caries.
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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.
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car·i·ous

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

Decayed.
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car·i·ous

(kar'ē-ŭs)
Relating to or affected with caries.
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References in periodicals archive ?
In that scenario, a metabolism shift has been found in bacteria isolated from carious dentin after the sealing [10].
Additionally, microbiological studies have reported a significant decrease in the bacterial infection in the residual carious dentin after the cavity sealing [2, 3,11,12].
Tay, "Evaluation of a new caries detecting dye for primary and permanent carious dentin," Journal of Dentistry, vol.
Non contact based modality, leading to significant risk of cavity over preparation and inadequate carious dentin removal.
A sensor for the detection of fluorescence radiation of the dentinal tissue indicates whether any infected carious dentin is still present in the cavity, depending on the threshold level set when operating with FFC Er:YAG laser.
According to the literature available to the authors, there is no study comparing removal of cariogenic bacteria and carious dentin by measuring the temperature changes during caries ablation with different pulses of VSPt-based Er:YAG compared to FFC Er:YAG laser.
The carious dentin is divided into two parts: the outermost part, infected dentin, which must be removed, and the innermost part, affected dentin, which should be preserved because it can be remineralized [18].
Bonding longevity of flowable GIC layer in artificially carious dentin. Int J Adhes Adhes.
Following cavity preparation the carious dentin was completely excavated with slow speed hand piece and spoon excavator.