Clinical Features Diagnosis of Dental Caries


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1 : Clinical Features & Diagnosis of Dental Caries CHEN Zhi Wuhan University School of Stomatology
2 : Current concepts of Caries Dental caries is a specific infectious microbiological disease of the teeth that results in localized dissolution and destruction of the calcified tissues. Germfree animals do not get caries.
3 : Current concepts of caries etiology Micro- organisms host & tooth Sub- strate caries time no caries no caries no caries no caries
4 : Current concepts of Caries The disease process begins with the concentration of mutans streptococcus at specified tooth surfaces and may lead to white spot formation or even cavitation.
5 : Current concepts of Caries The development of dental caries is a dynamic process of demineralization of the dental hard tissues by the products of bacterial metabolism, alternating with periods of remineralization. Harris and Christen « Primary Preventive Dentistry», 1995
6 : Classification according to the progression rate according to the involving site according to the severity according to the previous treatment
7 : Classification according to the progression rate Acute caries Rampant caries Chronic caries Arrested caries Secondary caries Active caries Arrested caries
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