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The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth

a study concerning the influence of exposure and viewing conditions

by L. V. Arnold

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Published by Stafleu & Tholen in Alphen Aan Den Rijn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dental Caries -- radiography,
  • Radiography, Dental -- methods,
  • Dental caries -- Radiography,
  • Teeth -- Radiography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL.V. Arnold.
    SeriesTandheelkundige monografieën -- 41
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRK309
    The Physical Object
    Pagination272 p. :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14263057M
    ISBN 109060654412
    OCLC/WorldCa10628581

    Arnold L. Radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces teeth. Part II the influence of viewing conditions. Oral Surge Oral Med Oral Patrol ; 64 (2); – 8. Kang BC, Goldsmith LJ, Forman AG. Observer differentiation of mechanical defect versus natural dental caries cavitations on monitor displayed images. The efficacy of the reverse contrast mode in digital radiography for the detection of proximal dentinal caries Article (PDF Available) in Imaging Science in Dentistry 45(3) September.

    The clinical and radiographic diagnosis was correlated in coronal and proximal surfaces with Spearman’s correlation coefficient (p radiographic correlation of all surfaces, showing clinical and radiographic coincidence of a healthy diagnosis in % of cases. In early stages of Author: Jesús Alberto Hernández, María Alejandra Cardozo, María Cristina Arango, Judy Elena Villavicencio. A. posterior bitewing examination at month intervals if proximal surfaces cannot be examined visually or with a probe*** B. posterior bitewing examination at 12 month intervals or until no carious lesions are present C. posterior bitewing examination at 18 month intervals D. posterior bitewing examination at 24 month intervals.

    surfaces for the detection of pit and fissure caries. Over the years, it has been well established that more dental caries are detected by radiography than by clinical ex-amination alone Radiographic diagnosis of dental caries is funda-mentally based on the fact that as the caries process proceeds, the mineral content of enamel and dentin. Bitewing Technique: used to examine the inter proximal surfaces of the teeth and is particularly useful for the detection of dental caries and alveolar bone levels. Identify anatomical structures, dental materials, and patient information observed on radiographic images.


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The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth by L. V. Arnold Download PDF EPUB FB2

For that reason, a study was made of the influence that modifications in illumination condi- tions have on the detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth as seen on bitewing radiographs.

The variable factors were the illumina- tion from the viewbox, masking of the viewbox, and the surrounding by: The present study is limited to the interpretation of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth, as shown on bitewing radiographs of the lateral parts of the jaws.

As a standard of assessment of the diagnostic quality of a radiograph, the total number of defects detected by a number of observers interpreting the radiographs is by: The relationship between a number of technical exposure conditions and the diagnostic value of bitewing radiographs in the interpretation of initial proximal carious lesions was evaluated.

The most important exposure factors for radiographs are tube voltage, filtration, and exposure by: The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth: Part II. The influence of viewing conditions ☆ Author links open overlay panel Louis V. Arnold D.D.S., Ph.D.

∗Cited by: The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth. Part I.

The influence of exposure conditions. Arnold LV. The relationship between a number of technical exposure conditions and the diagnostic value of bitewing radiographs in the interpretation of initial proximal carious lesions was by: The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth.

Part II. The influence of viewing conditions. Arnold LV. The relationship between various technical viewing conditions and the diagnostic value of bitewing radiographs on the Cited by:   Caries detection determined by dental radiographs is highly accurate for proximal lesions and dentine caries lesions.

For initial carious lesions the test needs to be used with other more sensitive methods in populations that present with high caries by: 6. Radiographic detection of approximal caries: A comparison of dental films and digital imaging systems The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions.

on the proximal surfaces of teeth. Hintze H, Wenzel A, Danielsen B, Nyvad B. Reliability of visual examination, fibre-optic transillumination, and bite-wing radiography, and reproducibility of direct visual examination following tooth separation for the identification of cavitated carious lesions in contacting approximal surfaces.

Caries research. ; 32 (3)–Cited by:   0 Proximal caries susceptible zone cariesApproximately % demineralization is requiredfor radiographic detection of a lesion.

As seen in theocclusal view, above right, the thickness of the toothbuccolingually masks the carious lesion when it actual depth of penetration of a carious lesionis actually deeper than it appears on.

The radiographie detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth, [Thesis]. University of Utrecht Dental School, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, Cited by: Periapical radiographs can only be used in detection of carious lesions on some teeth and in certain locations; it is difficult to identify the lesions throughout from crown to root.

Bitewing radiographs are the method of choice for early detection of carious lesions, especially on proximal surfaces. Radiographic examination reveals, on average, twice as many proximal lesions Cited by: Results: The prevalence of proximal caries in DIAGNOdent system, visual observation, and bitewing radiographs were 36 teeth surfaces (%) 13 teeth surfaces (%), and 24 teeth surfaces.

Conclusion: Intraoral bitewing radiography was superior to extraoral bitewing and panoramic radiography in diagnosing proximal caries of premolar and molar teeth ex vivo. Similar intra- and interobserver coefficients were calculated for extraoral bitewing and panoramic by: Among visuotactile methods, conventionally, dmft/dmfs (decayed, missing and filled teeth/decayed, missing, and filled surfaces) are used to identify carious lesions, but the main limitation of dmft/dmfs index is that it detects caries only after obvious : Jayachandra Reddy Bhumireddy, Ramasubbareddy Challa, Sreekanth Kumar Mallineni, Sivakumar Nuvvula.

radiographic detection for initial and advanced carious lesions on occlusal or proximal surfaces of molars were used to tailor meta-analyses. If prevalence data were available, these were also used for tailoring.

Results: From the original reviews, and heterogeneous studies on visual and radiographic caries detectionAuthor: Falk Schwendicke, Karim Elhennawy, Osama El Shahawy, Reham Maher, Thais Gimenez, Fausto M. Mendes, B. Detection is the identification of a demineralized lesion, while diagnosis is an iterative process using further information from the patient to identify the lesion as carious in nature.

The radiographic detection of initial carious lesions on the proximal surfaces of teeth. Part I. The influence of exposure conditions. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Cited by: 1. Views of Digital Panoramic Radiography for Detection of Proximal Caries surfaces of the teeth in each group were as-sessed for caries (a total of surfaces of teeth).

Five different radiographic methods No carious lesion in the proximal surface 1) Proximal caries in the enamel 2) Proximal caries extending to the enamel. This study sought to assess and compare the diagnostic accuracy of DIAGNOdent and digital radiography for detection of secondary proximal caries adjacent to composite restorations.

Methods: Sixty extracted molars including 30 teeth with carious lesions and 30 sound teeth Author: Zahra Ghoncheh, Zahra Zonouzy, Nazanin Kiomarsi, Mohammad Javad Kharazifar, Nasim Chiniforush.Bitewing radiographs improve sensitivity for detection on proximal surfaces.

19 Because the X-ray beam must pass through the entire tooth, it will only detect a caries lesion when at least one-third to one-half of the hard tissue is affected.Objective. The aim of our study was to evaluate the validity of the digital imaging fiber-optic transillumination (DIFOTI) method in comparison with clinical visual examination (CV) and bitewing (BW) radiography on detecting caries lesions on proximal surfaces of teeth.

Materials and : Marja-Liisa Laitala, Liina Piipari, Noora Sämpi, Maria Korhonen, Paula Pesonen, Tiina Joensuu, Vuokk.