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Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste Is as Effective as Fluoride Toothpaste in Preventing the Development of Caries Lesions (CAT#3471)11/22/2021Thais Phillips, DDS
Insufficient Evidence Exists to Determine if Application of Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) to Deep Carious Lesions Provokes an Inflammatory Pulpal Response (CAT#3466)11/12/2021Zak James, DMD
There is No Difference in Caries Risk Between Patients with Fixed Lingual Orthodontic Appliances and Those with Fixed Labial Appliances (CAT#3464)05/19/2021Paxton Short
Sealant Therapy, Along with Good Oral Hygiene Practices, Can Prevent the Formation of White Spot Lesions in Fixed Orthodontic Patients (CAT#3451)12/03/2020Simi Mathur, DDS
The Hall Technique Has a Similar Rate of Effectiveness as Conventional Restorative Treatments in the Primary Dentition (CAT#3399)11/26/2019Cody W. Calame, DDS
Dental Lasers for Caries Removal in Children Is a Good Alternative to Conventional Mechanical Methods (CAT#3398)11/22/2019Dorothy Kohler
Potassium Iodide May Be Effective in Reducing the Stains Caused by Silver Diamine Fluoride in Arresting Dental Caries (CAT#3396)11/05/2019Hunter Acord, DDS
In Primary Teeth with Deep Carious Lesions, Indirect Pulp Caps and Pulpotomies Are Acceptable Treatment Modalities with High Rates of Success (CAT#3393)10/31/2019Kirsten Fox, DDS
Skeletal Anchorage Has No Effect on the Duration of Treatment for Mandibular Second Molar Uprighting (CAT#3380)04/22/2019Richard Wallach
Clear Aligner Therapy provides lower caries risk compared to Fixed Orthodontic Treatment (CAT#3365)12/13/2018Spencer Marsh
The Socket-Shield Technique Might Improve the Clinical Outcome of Immediate Implants (CAT#3336)11/07/2018Amanda Morris, DMD
Asthma patients have an increased caries rate in primary and permanent dentitions (CAT#3328)10/09/2018Kara Whittington
Sealants and re-sealings are recommended for Molar Incisor Hypo-mineralized (MIH) teeth especially when applied using 5th generation adhesive systems. (CAT#3325)09/06/2018Nessa Pathiyil DDS
Papacarie is More Effective in Removing Caries in the Primary Dentition and Results in Less Pain Perception by the Patient (CAT#3323)08/22/2018Alaa Al Jameel, BDS
Vital Pulp Therapy for Adult Patients with Deep Carious Lesions Is a Viable Short-Term Alternative to Root Canal Therapy (CAT#3280)11/20/2017Julie A Anderson
Evidence Unclear on Effectiveness of Palatal Anesthesia in Controlling Pain and Improving Behavior of Pediatric Patients (CAT#3298)11/20/2017Murad Alrashdi
Ozone Gas Application on Oral Biofilm Does Not Effectively Arrest or Kill Bacteria Associated with Dental Caries (CAT#3271)11/13/2017Caroline Stern
iPhone Applications Can Increase Oral Hygiene Compliance in Adolescents (CAT#3258)08/04/2017Radhika Singh
Candida Albicans Stimulates Streptococcus Mutans Microcolony Development Via Cross-Kingdom Biofilm-Derived Metabolites (CAT#3248)05/09/2017Peter Serna
Caries Risk Is Increased in Mouth-Breathing Patients (CAT#3166)04/28/2017Andrew Tate
When Controlling for Other Factors, There is No Significant Relationship Between Parents’ Oral Health Literacy and the Oral Health of Their Children (CAT#3225)04/27/2017Kara Tapangan
Silver Diamine Fluoride Is Effective at Arresting Early Dentin Caries in Children Compared to No Treatment (CAT#3245)04/26/2017Angela Brost
In Children at High Caries Risk, Strategies Utilizing Probiotics Are More Effective in Preventing Tooth Decay Than Therapies That Do Not Utilize Probiotics (CAT#3231)04/21/2017Ezinwanne Ejesieme
Silver Diamine Fluoride is More Effective in Arresting and Preventing Root Caries in the Elderly Population than Sodium Fluoride Varnish (CAT#3173)04/18/2017Taylor Reece
Strategies Utilizing Oil Pulling Are Not as Effective in Preventing Caries Activity as Fluoride and Herbal Mouthrinses (CAT#3205)04/10/2017So Hyeon Park
Limited Evidence as to Caries-Protecting Effect of Breastfeeding Compared to Bottle-Feeding in the first 3 to 6 months of age. (CAT#3201)04/10/2017Kirsten Acosta
Lower Levels of Caregiver Literacy and Education Increase the Child’s Risk of Developing Childhood Caries (CAT#3150)04/05/2017Lauren Hrynyshyn
Health Literacy Community Outreach Interventions Are More Effect Than Existing Interventions in Improving Oral Health Outcomes Among Refugee Populations (CAT#3171)03/23/2017Delaram Abaei
Application of Chlorhexidine Varnish Decreases Incidence of Caries During Orthodontic Treatment (CAT#3172)03/23/2017Kathryn Wynne
The Use of Laser Irradiation in Adjunct with Calcium Hydroxide Treatment of Direct Pulp Capping Procedures Leads to Higher Success Rates than Calcium Hydroxide Alone (CAT#3149)03/23/2017Taylor Kauffman
Contrary to Popular Belief, Consumption of Mineral Waters Does Possess an Erosive Potential, Although Less Than That of Soft Drink Beverages (CAT#3146)03/16/2017Anthony Q. Nguyen
Treating Early Smooth Surface Caries with Resin Infiltrate in Conjunction with Fluoride Treatment Is an Effective Method to Prevent Caries Progression (CAT#3141)03/15/2017Shanta Veeramachaneni
CBCT Appears To Be More Accurate than Intraoral Radiographs in Detecting Artificially Created Recurrent Caries (CAT#3112)11/21/2016Nada Kordab, DDS
Community Water Fluoridation At the Levels Recommended By The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Have Not Been Shown To Have An Effect On Children’s Neurological Development (CAT#3055)05/04/2016Scott Stewart
Prescription Dentifrices Are More Effective At Preventing Caries In Adolescents Than Over-The-Counter Dentifrices (CAT#3075)04/21/2016Brad Theurer
Vitamin D Intake Less Than 50 nmol/L May Result in Increased Susceptibility to Dental Caries in School-Age Children (CAT#3077)04/20/2016Olivia Card-Childers
Methamphetamine Use Is Associated with a Greater Incidence of Dental Caries (CAT#3072)04/13/2016Christopher Gibson
Allicin-Containing Foods May Reduce Caries (CAT#3026)04/04/2016Carter Hayes
Dental Crowding as a Risk Factor for Caries Is Yet To Be Established Due to Insufficient and Contradictory Evidence (CAT#3064)04/01/2016Melody Tenorio
Children With Caries In Their Primary Dentition Pose a Higher Risk of Developing Caries In Their Permanent Dentition (CAT#3035)03/29/2016Holly Ardoin
In A Xerostomic Patient, Fluoride-Releasing Restorative Materials Are More Successful At Preventing Future Secondary Caries Than Amalgam, Unless The Patient Has Good Oral Hygiene That Includes Daily Fluoride Gel Application, Making Both Fluoride-Releasing and Non-Fluoride-Releasing Materials Comparable (CAT#3032)03/22/2016Alexis Keaton
Arginine-Fluoride Dentifrice Is More Effective Than Standard Fluoride Dentifrice In Preventing Dental Caries In Children At Risk Of Caries (CAT#3068)03/22/2016Eliana Melendez
Sealing or Resin Infiltration of Non-Cavitated Proximal Carious Lesions Is An Effective Treatment Option For Prevention (CAT#3073)03/22/2016Nicholas Aboud
Inadequate Evidence to Support a Correlation Between Maloccusion and Dental Caries Amongst Pediatric Patients (CAT#3002)03/15/2016Badi Misaqi
Children With Poor Academic Performance Have A Higher Caries Risk (CAT#3009)03/11/2016Alyse Davis
Non-Syndromic Patients With Cleft Lip And/Or Palate (CLP) Tend To Have Higher Caries Prevalence Than Non-CLP Patients (CAT#2989)03/09/2016Patrick J. Kelly
Near Infrared Light Transillumination (NILT) and Bitewing Radiographs Display Similar Accuracy in Diagnosing Interproximal Carious Lesions (CAT#2953)10/20/2015Ryan Fort, DDS
Visual Inspection for Caries Remains The Clinical Diagnostic Standard (CAT#2955)10/20/2015Keaton Forrester, DMD
MDPB-Containing Bonding Agents Offer Short-Term Inhibition of Bacterial Growth (CAT#2928)10/16/2015Spencer Lee, DDS
Silver Diamine Fluoride May Be Better Than Sodium Fluoride Varnish In Arresting and Preventing Cavitated Caries Lesions (CAT#2924)10/13/2015Shahad Abudawood, DDS
Polyphenols in Green Tea and Coffee Show Anti-Carious Effects (CAT#2837)04/16/2015Mimi Law
Glass Ionomer Restorations May Be More Effective Than Resin Composites at Preventing Recurrent Caries in Class V Lesions Over a 5-Year Period (CAT#2889)04/10/2015Juan Balderas
Bulk-fill Resin Composites Can Potentially Be as Effective as Conventional Composite Restorations Even In Class 2 Preparations (CAT#2903)04/08/2015Carlos A. Bernal
Cavitation of Proximal Caries Lesions Can Be Determined More Accurately on Bitewing Radiographs When the Radiolucent Depth Is > 0.5 mm From the DEJ (CAT#2882)04/08/2015Nikhaar Keshwani
No Strong Evidence in Support of Either Chlorhexidine Mouthwash or Varnish in Preventing Dental Caries (CAT#2885)04/08/2015Marjan Malakouti
Chlorhexidine-Thymol Varnish May Provide a Benefit in the Prevention of Root Caries in High Caries Risk Individuals with Poor Oral Hygiene (CAT#2890)04/08/2015Anisa Maredia
Restorations with Resin-Modified Glass Ionomer May Exhibit Greater Longevity than Resin Composites for Patients with Coarse Diets (CAT#2838)04/02/2015Daniel Nash
The Anticariogenic Benefit of Topical Ozone as a Management Technique for Active Carious Lesions Has Not Been Demonstrated (CAT#2877)04/01/2015Andrew Chaney
Er:YAG Lasers Are Less Likely Than Rotary Burs to Cause a Patient Discomfort During Caries Excavation When No Anesthesia Has Been Administered (CAT#2881)04/01/2015Megan Fields
In Pediatric Patients, Use of Removable Orthodontic Appliances May Lead to an Increased Risk of Dental Caries (CAT#2816)03/30/2015Beatriz E. Fortanely
Silver Nanoparticle (AgNP)-Containing Resin Bonding Systems Significantly Reduced the Viability of Caries-Related Bacteria and Plaque Biofilms (CAT#2841)03/27/2015James D. Oei
Lactobacillus Salivarius Containing Probiotics May Have Benefits Similar to Xylitol in Decreasing Caries Risk (CAT#2840)03/24/2015Alexandria Gibbs
Sugar Substitutes May Reduce Tooth Demineralization in High Caries Patients (CAT#2817)03/17/2015Huy Le
For Patients Taking Nonbisphosphonate Medications such as Xgeva, Avastin, or Sutent, Medication Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (MRONJ) Following Dentoalveolar Surgery Occurs at a Rate Comparable to that of Patients Taking IV Bisphosphonates (CAT#2811)03/16/2015Trevor Hamilton
Micro-Computed Tomography is As Good As Histologic Sectioning as a Gold Standard for in vitro Determination of Proximal Caries Depth (CAT#2796)12/09/2014Scott Makins, DMD
Composite Resin with an Epoxy-Based Monomer System May be less Susceptible to Failure Than Traditional Methacrylate-Based Resins (CAT#2794)12/02/2014Wesley Shute, DDS
Comparison Studies Show Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) Digital Intra-oral Detector Out-Performing or Having Similar Overall Image Quality Then a Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) Detector (CAT#2787)11/25/2014Salim Aqil, DDS
Periodic Application of 5% Sodium Fluoride Varnish is Effective in Reducing Root Caries (CAT#2767)09/16/2014Janet Garcia
Clinician-Administered Topical Fluoride Applications During Treatment with Fixed Orthodontic Appliances Prevent the Development of White Spot Lesions (CAT#2730)05/17/2014Karim Allahdina
Sealants are More Effective in Preventing Dental Caries Than Periodically Applying Fluoride Varnish to a Child’s First Molars (CAT#2633)04/04/2014Shantal White
Limited Evidence to Support the Use of Tooth-Colored Bonded Restorative Materials as Replacements for Stainless Steel Crowns (SSCs) After Pulpotomies on Primary Molars (CAT#2694)04/03/2014Atish K. Patel
Dental Anxiety in Adult and Child Population is Positively Correlated with Tooth Decay (CAT#2699)04/01/2014Scott Fischbuch
Application of Fluoride Varnish at Least Every 6 Months Reduces the Occurrence of Dental Caries in Adults at High Caries Risk (CAT#2708)03/30/2014Marjan Malakouti
Preventive Dental Programs Initiated During Pregnancy are Effective in Reducing the Incidence of Severe Early Childhood Caries in Children (CAT#2680)03/28/2014David Q. Faltys
Dental Caries Prevalence is not Significantly Higher in Autistic Children Compared to Non-Autistic Children (CAT#2693)03/26/2014Bridget Espanol
Studies Regarding Non-Reversible Procedures Completed by Dental Therapists Have Overall Shown to be Acceptable (CAT#2646)03/25/2014Colby Richey
In The Era of Increased Fluoride Usage, Between-Meal Snacking May Not Be a Significant Risk Factor for Dental Caries (CAT#2665)03/24/2014Jaclyn T. Vu
In Patients with Feeding Tubes, Dentists Should Consider Pre-Medicating to Reduce the Chances of Aspiration Pneumonia During Invasive Dental Treatment (CAT#2632)03/22/2014Mariam Ahmad
In a Healthy Adult, The Incomplete Removal of Caries When Compared to The Complete Removal of Caries May Result in Reduced Fracture Resistance of Restored Posterior Teeth (CAT#2675)03/13/2014Aida Ghazvini
Use of Probiotics to Reduce the Level of Streptococcus Mutans in the Oral Environment (CAT#2630)03/13/2014James Kang
Unsealed Mandibular Premolars are Less Susceptible to Occlusal Caries Than Unsealed Permanent Posterior Teeth (CAT#2670)03/11/2014Andrea Bakke
Resin-Modified Glass Ionomer Cement May Be More Effective Than Amalgam at Reducing the Amount of Enamel Demineralization/Recurrent Caries Occurring at the Margins of Class II Restorations in Primary Molars (CAT#2644)02/28/2014Rodolfo Cereceres
Logicon Caries DetectorTM (a computer-assisted caries diagnostic tool) may provide improved sensitivity for detection of caries that extends into dentin. (CAT#2531)08/07/2013Martina Parrone
In a patient with occlusal caries, a laser fluorescent device can be used as an adjunct to radiographic imaging to detect dentin decay. (CAT#2529)08/06/2013Inna Piskorska, DDS
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) May Offer a Great Non-Invasive Method for Early Caries Detection (CAT#2536)08/05/2013Ahmed Afify
Use of Ultrasound Testing for Interproximal Caries Causes Increased False Positive Results Compared With Bite Wing Radiography (CAT#2546)08/05/2013Paul Russell
MyPerioPath test does not substitute for conventional risk factor analysis in the identification of at risk periodontal patients. (CAT#2541)08/02/2013Blake Hoedebecke
Receiving a Fluoride Varnish Semiannually Reduces Caries Incidence in Children (CAT#2507)07/05/2013Peter Wagner
Individuals Suffering From Diabetes Are More Susceptible to Root Caries But Not Coronal Caries Compared to Those Without Diabetes (CAT#2483)05/07/2013Sana Khimani
Enamel Erosion Occurs More Frequently in Bulimic Patients Than in Anorectic Patients (CAT#2476)04/18/2013Candace DeFratus
Fissure Sealants Arrest Caries Progression in The Primary Dentition With Non-Cavitated Occlusal Caries (CAT#2451)04/08/2013Brian Benito
No Statistical Difference Between Class II Nano-Hybrid and Hybrid Resin Composite Restorations Over Six Years (CAT#2431)04/01/2013Ryan Ward
In Adult Dental Patients, Weak Evidence Suggests That Using A Caries Risk Assessment To Guide Treatment Planning May Result In Lower Caries Incidence (CAT#2392)04/01/2013Evan Adams
Posterior Ceramics are less affected by bruxism with a greater longevity than posterior direct composite resins. (CAT#2408)03/25/2013Maya M. Garcia
Antibacterial Composite Resins Show Potential For Minimizing Secondary Caries (CAT#2407)03/21/2013Robert Simon
Cone Beam Computed Tomography Units Can Be Useful In Detecting Buccal Recurrent Caries (CAT#2426)03/18/2013Phillip Garrett
Salivary Bacteria Levels Of Lactobacillus and Streptococcus Mutans Is Not A Reliable Indicator Of Caries Risk Of An Individual Patient (CAT#2367)03/11/2013Kevin Clark
Amalgam Versus Resin Composite Restorative Materials to Prevent Secondary Caries Via Antibacterial Properties (CAT#2456)03/03/2013Kyle Poupart
There Is No Direct Link Between Asthma and Dental Caries but Associated Secondary Factors May Increase Caries Incidence (CAT#2455)03/01/2013David Anderson
Efficacy of Chlorhexidine Varnish In Treating Root Caries of Geriatric Patients (CAT#2411)02/28/2013Benjamin Vuong
Increased Risk Of Dental Caries In Children That Consume A Diet High In Fermentable Carbohydrates (CAT#2391)02/28/2013Christina Mueller
Tobacco Users Are Not More Susceptible To Dental Caries Than Non-Users (CAT#2369)02/26/2013Matt Hannan
Dental Caries Is Associated With Both High And Low Body Mass Index (CAT#2365)02/25/2013Eunjin Suh
Fluoride releasing properties of glass-ionomer sealants may have no additional benefit in preventing secondary caries in children over properly applied resin based materials. (CAT#2316)08/08/2012Stephanie Trahan
Daily Use of Xylitol Gum by Children Over a Period of Time Can Have Long Term Caries Reducing Effects Even After the Gum is No Longer Used (CAT#2327)08/06/2012Brent Winward
Exposure to Secondhand Smoke May Increase Caries Risk in Children (CAT#2242)04/25/2012Amber O'Connor
Clinically Significant Data to Prove Chlorhexidine Ineffective in Caries Prevention (CAT#2236)04/25/2012Travis Walding
Fluoride Is More Effective Than Xylitol At Preventing Caries (CAT#2253)04/25/2012David Wallach
Zirconia Crowns Show Similar Failure Rate But More Extensive Occlusal Wear Than Gold Crowns (CAT#2260)04/25/2012Mustafa Shinta
Minimal Evidence to Demonstrate the Effects of Dental Lasers and Their Effects on the Dental Pulp (CAT#2200)04/19/2012Lorena Ray
Alcohol Based Sugar Helps Prevent Carious Lesions (CAT#2255)04/18/2012Diane P. Banks
High Consumption of "Sugar Free" Chewing Gums Containing Sorbitol May Present A Small Cariogenic Risk, While Xylitol Gums Are Non-Cariogenic (CAT#2275)04/13/2012Matthew Boothe
No Significant Effects of Inter-proximal Enamel Reduction Found on Caries Risk Assessment in Orthodontics (CAT#2285)04/13/2012Neha Patel
Patients At High Caries Risk Due To having Poor Oral Hygiene Would Benefit Equally In Plaque Reduction From Using Triclosan Containing or Stannous Fluoride-Containing Toothpastes (CAT#2267)04/13/2012Ahmad Rabata
Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy And/or Radiotherapy Are At A Greater Risk Than Healthy Controls For Caries, DMFT, Plaque Index Increase And Gingival Index increase. (CAT#2223)04/13/2012Stacey Carawan
Z100 Is Not Superior To Any Other Composite Resin Material In Posterior Class 1 Restorations (CAT#2282)04/12/2012Tina Desai
Teeth Whitening Does Not Increase Susceptibility to Dental Caries (CAT#2187)04/09/2012Akshay Thusu
Polymer Burs Remove Less Sound Dentin and are as Effective as Carbide Burs in Caries Removal (CAT#2206)04/09/2012Rebeka Andrade
For Preventing Caries Around Restorations in High Caries Risk Patients, Resin Modified Glass Ionomers may be the choice (CAT#2172)02/24/2012Aaron Glick
In a Laboratory Study Using Extracted Teeth, Cone Beam CT (CBCT) Is As Effective As Bite Wings In Detection Of Proximal Decay (CAT#2090)09/15/2011Mohannad Hashem
Digital Radiography And Film Radiography Are Similar In Accuracy Of Detection Of Dental Caries (CAT#2077)07/08/2011Tom A. Samuel
Ideal Core Build-Up Material As An Interim Restoration (CAT#890)05/09/2011Vidhi Sheth
Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy Is As Effective As Surgical Periodontal Therapy In Treating Patients With Furcation Involvements (CAT#760)04/28/2011Namhee Lee
Restoration Materials In Dry Mouth Patients (CAT#789)04/14/2011Meagan D. Garcia
Dental Air Abrasion Versus High Speed Rotary Instrumentation In Caries Preparation (CAT#850)04/14/2011Joseph Barnes
Topical Fluorides Are More Effective Than Community Water Fluoridation In Preventing Caries (CAT#763)04/12/2011Amy Cadenhead
Dietary Counseling In Caries Prevention Ineffective (CAT#764)04/04/2011Meredith Key
Dietary Bioflavonoid Supplementation and Dental Caries (CAT#804)04/04/2011Benjamin Green
Xerostomia And Its Effects On Dental Restorative Materials (CAT#847)04/01/2011Blaine Wieck
No Effect Of Breast Feeding On Early Childhood Caries (CAT#859)04/01/2011Joetta Stewart
Patients On Calcium Channel Blockers Should Be Monitored For Enamel Demineralization (CAT#845)03/31/2011Andrew Knudson
Use Of Povidone Iodine In The Prevention and Management Of Early Childhood Caries (CAT#791)03/30/2011Maritza Chavez
Composite Restorations Have a Higher Frequency of Repair Compared to Amalgam Restorations When Placed in Posterior Permanent Teeth in Pediatric Patients (CAT#768)03/30/2011Mary Ruth Cacho
The Effectiveness Of Xylitol In Reducing Caries (CAT#823)03/24/2011Semyee Park
Comparison Of Endodontic And Fixed Partial Denture Treatment (CAT#779)03/17/2011Gustavo Leal
Do Adult Women Have A Higher Caries Prevalence Than Adult Men? (CAT#766)03/15/2011Sarah Pacha
Glass Ionomer Restorations Of Root Surface Caries Are More Resistant To Recurrent Caries Than Amalgam In Fluoride Users (CAT#770)03/15/2011Judy Suh
School-Based Sealant Programs And Caries Incidence (CAT#533)05/10/2010James Fischer
Prenatal Fluoride Supplements Do Not Prevent Dental Caries In Offspring (CAT#627)05/03/2010Juli Royston
Amalgam and Resin Composite Fillings Show Equal Failure Rates in Small Posterior Restorations while Amalgam Shows Better Survival than Composite if used for large posterior restorations. (CAT#591)04/30/2010Lourdes Willhite
Mothers Who Chew Xylitol Sweetened Gum Help Reduce Dental Caries In Their Children (CAT#614)04/08/2010Lyna Vuu
Similar Success of Bonded Amalgam vs. Pin-Retained Restorations for Complex Amalgams Restorations (CAT#606)04/07/2010Mohammad Arsalan Khan
The Clinical Results Of Indirect Pulp Capping On Cariously Exposed Pulp (CAT#565)04/05/2010Nina Dinh
Dental Amalgam Has A Lower Failure Rate In Restoring Dental Caries Compare To Composite (CAT#624)04/02/2010Hoda Ghanizadeh
Longevity of Dental Amalgam and Resin Composite is Comparable (CAT#602)04/02/2010Erica Williams
Incomplete Removal Of Dental Caries Results In Reduced Pulpal Damage With No Effect On Caries Progression (CAT#603)04/02/2010Andy Tran
No Long Term Difference In Outcome Between Root Canal Therapies and Single-Tooth Implants (CAT#568)03/31/2010Sung Kim
Remineralizing White Spot Lesions With Fluoride Alone Or Fluoride And Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (CAT#572)03/31/2010Christina Pena
Efficacy of Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate(CPP-ACP)in Remineralizing Demineralized Tooth Structure (CAT#573)03/31/2010Justin Bonner
Applying Adhesive Techniques Over Darkened Dentin Can Decrease Bond Strength (CAT#541)03/30/2010My Hanh Bui
Stainless Steel Crowns vs Amalgam In Pediatric Patients (CAT#620)03/30/2010Yusif Mohammad
Direct versus indirect pulp capping in maintaining pulp vitality (CAT#553)03/30/2010Chad Riggs
Use Laser Fluorescence Only As An Adjunctive Aid In Diagnosing Noncavitated Carious Lesions (CAT#547)03/29/2010Steven Mayen
The Effect of Mandibular Fixed Orthodontic Retainers on The Development of Dental Caries (CAT#535)03/26/2010Maegan Elam
Wear Resistance of Filtek Supreme Versus Z100 (CAT#537)03/26/2010Amy Williams
Fluoride Varnish Effective for Caries Prevention (CAT#540)03/26/2010Rosie Tran
No Evidence to Support Current Recommendation for Use of Radiographic Screening for Caries at Recall Visits (CAT#593)03/25/2010Chris Patterson
DIAGNOdent Provides A More Sensitive, But Less Specific Diagnostic Method Than Visual Detection (CAT#276)01/28/2010Weiqiang Loke, DDS
The daily use of a fluoridated mouth rinse may reduce the demineralizing effects of xerostomia caused by age in geriatric patients’ teeth (CAT#528)01/26/2010Michael Davis
The use of dental amalgam in a posterior dental restoration exhibits slight superiority in the overall success of the restoration when compared with resin bonded composites (CAT#523)01/20/2010Christen Kartaltepe
Enamel Defects from using a dental probe to detect carious lesions (CAT#514)01/13/2010Christine Manning
Pulpal health status of primary teeth capped indirectly with dentin bonding agents vs. CaOH (CAT#498)01/12/2010Sameh Ahmed
Effectiveness of Simplified Adhesive Systems (CAT#485)01/07/2010Daniel C. Brawley
Pin-Retained and Bonded Amalgam Restorations Show Similar Clinical Failure Rates (CAT#486)01/07/2010Seth Larson
Chlorhexidine Does not Reduce Caries Incidence In School-Based Programs Compared with Regular Fluoride Use and Oral Hygiene (CAT#452)12/10/2009Robert B. Alexander
No Evidence To Support Or Refute Use of 6-Month Dental Check-Ups (CAT#451)12/07/2009Laura T. Ouch
Pit and Fissure Sealants for Preventing Dental Decay in Permanent Teeth of Children and Adolescents (CAT#273)11/19/2009Christopher Jones, DDS
Efficacy Of Caries Detector Dye To Diagnosis Caries For Removal Of Dentinal Caries (CAT#267)11/11/2009Sarra Cushen, DDS
Retention of Resin Based Sealants Compared With Glass Ionomer Sealants to Prevent Dental Caries In Children (CAT#268)11/11/2009Sarra Cushen, DDS, MS
Inconclusive Effectiveness Of Healozone In Managing Pit And Fissure Caries (CAT#277)11/11/2009Weiqiang Loke, DDS
The Continued Use of Dental Sealants for the Prevention of Dental Caries in the Permanent Teeth of Children and Adolescents (CAT#288)11/04/2009Patrick Miklos, DDS