Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the accuracy of NewTom 9000 [cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT)], Accu-I-Tomo [limited CBTC (LCBCT)] and Digora Optime [storage phosphor plate (SPP)] imaging systems in assessing the depths of defects with different shapes and sizes on the proximal surfaces
Sealing of proximal surfaces
with polyurethane tape: a two.
Older annual rings appear on the ventral proximal surface
region, as evidenced in the transverse section (McFarlane and Beamish, 1990), similar to those seen in the proximal surface
region of the frontal section (Fig.
89 for buccal/palatal and proximal surfaces
Tight contact points between the proximal surfaces
of the primary molars could be associated with an increased risk of the presence and activity of proximal caries, (1-3) as the initiation and progression of proximal caries lesions are related to higher plaque accumulation in these conditions.
Gingival bleeding was assessed by flossing all proximal surfaces
[Caton and Polson, 1975; Tinoco and Gjermo, 1992].
Moreover, there is enough clinical evidence that states the effectiveness of this procedure both on occlusal (7,8,10,11,17) and proximal surfaces
26 Reitman WR, Whiteley RT, Robertson PB, Proximal surface
cleaning by dental floss.
Each proximal surface
was classified according to the following criteria: 0, no radiolucency; 1, radiolucency present in the enamel, but does not extend to the DEJ; 2, radiolucency present in the enamel and extends to the DEJ; 3 radiolucency present in the enamel and extends into the dentin; 4, radiolucency present in the enamel, dentin, and extends to the pulp; 5, radiolucency present in the dentin, but no break in the enamel; 6, surface unreadable due to technique.
It works on the proximal surface
of the occlusion, thereby eliminating the need for navigation through or beyond the occlusion.
The clinical biologic width was determined from the most coronal level of clinical attachment to the crest of the alveolar bone on proximal surfaces
Arc I is the convex curve along the proximal surfaces
of scaphoid, lunate, and triquetrum, arc II is the concave curve along the distal surfaces of scaphoid, lunate, and triquetrum, and arc III is the convex curve along the proximal surfaces
of capitate and hamate.
1,2 Occlusal and proximal surfaces
are considered to be the most likely sites for the development of carious lesions.
These types of studies have been completed primarily in children and show a reduction of caries predominantly on proximal surfaces
Ten-year-olds with foreign backgrounds had statistically significantly more DFS on proximal surfaces