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Is Atraumatic restorative treatment an option for restoring occlusoproximal caries lesions in primary teeth?

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Have you seen this article? Is Atraumatic restorative treatment an option for restoring occlusoproximal  caries lesions in primary teeth? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Read more: http://www.mdlinx.com/dentistry/news-article.cfm/4306281/teethocclusoproximal-caries#ixzz2DiZMfmIe

 

3 Comments

  1. Mark Venditti December 12, 2012

    I never know if it’s just me in these cases … being a closet luddite … but when I click the link it asks me to log in. Interesting topic though !

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    1. My bad Mark – thought there was more of the article up when I found the link last month. You’ll only be able to see the abstract. Sorry about that. Ian.

  2. Robert Whyte December 14, 2012

    I use Fugi LC II and works well. It can use it in a rainstorm, sticks well, looks good and arrests any redecay. It does wash out quicker but can be used on very young as long term temp.

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