Non-restorative cavity control (NRCC) is a non-invasive to minimally invasive approach to treating dentine caries that can be applied to cavitated dentin lesions in the primary and permanent dentition. This approach could be supported by topical fluoride applications to help stop caries activity.
Marwa Alhothali investigated the chemical and histological aspects of dental lesions treated with various locally applied fluoride products. The aim was to investigate the effects of these products on demineralised dentine lesions and study which product performs best in stopping the caries process.
The Protective Effect of Topical Fluoride Treatments in Dentine Lesions. Supervisor: Prof. C. van Loveren. Co-supervisors: Dr A.J.P. van Strijp and Dr R.A.M. Exterkate
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