Microinvasive Dentistry: Clinical Strategies and Tools

by John J Graeber

Tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria. Microinvasive Dentistry is a series of manuscripts, which address prevention, management, early diagnosis, and treatment of caries – the most prevalent disease of mankind. This book is comprised of 4 sections that focus on caries prevention, caries diagnosis, caries treatment options and techniques, and future caries diagnosis and management, which are further divided into 20 chapters. This book begins with a review of preventive techniques and current best practices with fluoride. The earliest signs of tooth decay can be treated with penetrating resins, sealants, and fluoride preparations when utilized early in the disease process. Several chapters of this book explain, in practical detail, devices, which far exceed the accuracy of the oldest dental instruments – the explorer and the dental bitewing X-ray. The book is further enhanced by clinical photographs, diagrams and tables.

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