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  • Systematic review on alternative methods for caries

    Oct 10, 2020 · Zhang X, Tu R, Yin W, Zhou X, Li X, Hu D. Micro-computerized tomography assessment of fluorescence aided caries excavation (FACE) technology: Comparison with three other caries removal techniques. Aust Dent J 2013;58:461-7.

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  • Comparative clinical evaluation of the efficacy of a new

    Aim: The purpose of this study is to compare the efficiency of fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) to remove carious dentin primary teeth with that of conventional methods. Methods and Materials: After caries excavation was carried out, dentin surfaces were conventionally inspected using visual tactile criteria and 415 cavities which were classified as caries-free, re-inspected with

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  • Fluorescence Aided Caries Excavation - Working principle

    A recent study showed that orange-red fluorescence in carious dentin could be used to detect residual caries (Lennon & others, 2002). This study compared the ability of a new fluorescence-aided

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  • Fluorescence aided caries excavation (FACE)

    • caries autofluorescence is a reliable indicator of infected dentin • of the bacterial species tested, those commonly found within the caries lesion in dentin produce red fluorescing compounds • the incidence of bacterially infected dentin is significantly lower following FACE excavation compared to …

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  • Efficiency of 4 Caries Excavation Methods Compared

    Sep 01, 2006 · One novel system, FACE or "Fluorescence Aided Caries Excavation," has been shown to be more effective than conventional excavation in the removal of infected dentin in vitro.5–6 Using this method, the cavity is excited with violet light. Carious areas fluoresce red and can be seen immediately by the dentist during excavation without the need for time-consuming dye application or

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  • :: RDE :: Restorative Dentistry & Endodontics

    The aim of this study was to investigate the ability of the fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) device to detect residual caries by comparing conventional methods in vivo. Materials and Methods. A total of 301 females and 202 males with carious teeth participated in this study. The cavity preparations were done by grade 4 (Group 1, 154

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  • Fluorescence-aided caries excavation - LMU

    Thus the auto-fluorescence signals have been employed as an aid for the differentiation between infected and affected dentin and monitoring caries excavation. In 2002 fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) was invented as an excavation device to improve the efficiency and accuracy of caries removal.This study has investigated a recent

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  • [PDF] Fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) compared

    This study compared the ability of a new fluorescence-aided caries excavation technique (FACE) with the conventional method and concluded that the new method is more effective than conventional caries excavation. A recent study showed that orange-red fluorescence in carious dentin could be used to detect residual caries (Lennon & others, 2002).

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  • Caries Excavation by Using Fluorescence Methodology

    excavation.12-14 A novel approach to caries excavation, a device based on the fluorescence properties of carious dentin. They named this method fluorescence – aided caries excavation (FACE). It helps the clinician to directly assess the level of bacterial infection in …

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  • FLUORESCENCE AND BACTERIAL MICROBIOME OF DENTIN …

    detected by fluorescence–aided caries excavation (FACE) correlates with dentin bacterial microbiome diversity, as assessed by 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing and to compare and contrast traditional tactile dentin caries detection with fluorescence. Materials and Methods: Unidentified, extracted human, carious teeth considered discarded waste were

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  • Microhardness and shear bond-strength of carious dentin

    Background: To compare the fluorescence-aided and conventionally excavated dentin with microhardness and shear bond strength(SBS) tests. Material and methods: Twenty-four teeth with dentin caries were bisected through the center of the lesion into two halves. Forty-eight dentin specimens were embedded and mounted in an acrylic resin. All carious tissue was removed and classified as caries …

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  • :: RDE :: Restorative Dentistry & Endodontics

    The aim of this study was to investigate the ability of the fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) device to detect residual caries by comparing conventional methods in vivo. Materials and Methods. A total of 301 females and 202 males with carious teeth participated in this study. The cavity preparations were done by grade 4 (Group 1, 154

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  • Caries Diagnosis Aided by Fluorescence | IntechOpen

    Mar 10, 2018 · Carious dentine will fluoresce in the orange-red region. This approach is superior to conventional visual tactile (mirror and probe) examination of the cavity, and also to staining using basic fuchsin dye or acid red dye, with higher sensitivity and better specificity [ 73 ].

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  • Microhardness and shear bond-strength of carious dentin

    Background: To compare the fluorescence-aided and conventionally excavated dentin with microhardness and shear bond strength(SBS) tests. Material and methods: Twenty-four teeth with dentin caries were bisected through the center of the lesion into two halves. Forty-eight dentin specimens were embedded and mounted in an acrylic resin. All carious tissue was removed and classified as caries …

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  • Does the heat generated by fluorescence-aided caries

    Background: This study aimed to analyze the effect of the Fluorescence Aided Caries Excavation (FACE) and the remaining dentin thickness on the temperature changes of the pulp chamber. Material and Methods: Freshly extracted deciduous molars and a pulpal microcirculation model were …

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  • Visual Examination, Fluorescence-Aided Caries Excavation

    Jun 30, 2021 · Objectives: To compare the effectiveness of visual examination, radiographic examination and fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) in detecting occlusal caries in first permanent molars in 150 children aged 6–14 years with intact occlusal surface with caries lesions without cavitation, or with darkened or deep fissures that had no clear diagnosis.

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  • Caries Excavation by Using Fluorescence Methodology

    FLUORESCENCE AIDED CARIES EXCAVATION: A clinically relevant method for assessing both quantify the infected dentin remaining in the cavity after excavation and assess the amount of dentin that has been removed. In the past, culturing methods have been used to quantify bacteria in dentin.17,18

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  • W&H - Innovative Kariesdetektion

    Apr 30, 2012 · The caries was removed by a single operator using a slow handpiece and a round bur. In the first group, Fluorescence Aided Caries Excavation (FACE) was carried out: violet light was used to illuminate the operating field and the operator observed the cavity through a high-pass filter and removed the orange-red fluorescing areas.

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  • Fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE), caries

    PURPOSE: The purpose of this paper was to compare the ability of fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) to remove infected dentin in primary teeth with that of conventional methods. METHODS: Sixty-six extracted carious primary teeth were divided according to lesion size into 3 groups of 22 teeth. Caries excavation was carried out with a slow-speed handpiece and round burs for all groups.

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  • Comparison of two different methods of detecting residual

    A caries-detecting device known as the fluorescence-aided caries excavation (FACE) device has been recently introduced for the visual detection of residual caries to differentiate infected and affected carious dentin. This device, by visualizing the metabolic products of oral

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