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AuthorPhilip, Nebu
AuthorSuneja, Bharat
Available date2023-10-24T08:17:14Z
Publication Date2023
Publication NameJournal of Conservative Dentistry
ResourceScopus
ISSN9720707
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4103/jcd.jcd_54_23
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/48813
AbstractContemporary paradigms of dental caries management focus on the biological approaches to treating the disease and its principal symptom, the carious lesion. This narrative review traces the evolution of carious lesion management from the operative and invasive approaches of G. V. Black's era to the current period of minimally invasive biological approaches. The paper explains the rationale for adopting biological approaches to dental caries management and lists the five core principles of this management approach. The paper also details the aims, features, and the most recent evidence base for the different biological carious lesion management approaches. Based on current practice guidelines, collated clinical pathways for lesion management are also presented in the paper to aid clinicians in their decision-making. It is hoped that the biological rationale and evidence summarized in this paper will bolster the shift to modern biological carious lesion management approaches among dental practitioners.
Languageen
PublisherWolters Kluwer Medknow Publications
SubjectBiological management
carious lesion
dental caries
TitleThe revolutionary evolution in carious lesion management
TypeArticle Review
Pagination249-257
Issue Number3
Volume Number26


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