APPROXIMAL CARIES

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Restorative dentistry Mind Map on APPROXIMAL CARIES, created by aahughes on 10/28/2013.

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RESTORING CAVITIES - AMALGAM
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COMPOSITE RESIN
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TOOTH MORPHOLOGY
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Waves
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Introduction to the Atom
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FASES DE LA CARIES DENTAL
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TOOTH MORPHOLOGY 2
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RESTORING CAVITIES WITH DENTAL AMALGAM
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GLASS IONOMER
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PRINCIPLES OF CAVITY PREPARATION
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APPROXIMAL CARIES
1 CLASS II
1.1 Caries develops below contact point
1.2 Difficult to detect clinically
1.3 Rely on bw radiographs as well as radiographs
2 TREATMENT OF CLASS III
2.1 Caries often found next to gingival margin
2.2 Often contaminated with blood
2.3 Use rubber dam where possible
2.4 access caries from palatal/lingual - where poss leave labial enamel
2.5 Remove caries from adj and leave unsupported enamel
3 CLASS III
3.1 Much rarer than class II
3.2 Develops below contact point
3.3 Easier to detect clinically
3.4 Restoration is by direct access
4 DIAGNOSIS
4.1 Visual inspection
4.2 Transillumination
4.2.1 Bw's
5 WHEN TO INTERVENE
5.1 If caries is confined to enamel, leave and apply fluoride
5.2 if into ADJ, cavitated, visible on bw
6 GAINING ACCESS TO APPROXIMAL CARIES - POSTERIOR
6.1 Occlusally cutting through marginal ridge
6.2 occ, bucc, ling leaving marginal ridge intact
6.3 direct access if adjacent tooth is missing
7 CLASS II CAVITY DESIGN FOR NON ADHESIVE (AMALGAM)
7.1 GV BLACK
7.2 mechanical retentive features
7.3 Resistance and retentive features
8 Outline form
8.1 gain access occ leaving slither of enamel
8.2 using exc or ging marg trimmer remove slither of enamel
8.3 remove caries and clear contact point
8.4 tidy margins, remove unsupported enamel
8.5 resistance and retentive forms included
8.6 line if necessary and place amalgam
9 MOD CAVITY PREP
9.1 Each side of cavity prepared seperately
9.2 occ section kept as narrow as poss
10 MATRIX BANDS
10.1 To retain material in cavity
10.2 to restore contact point
10.3 Tofflemire or Sqiveland
11 TUNNEL PREP
11.1 Gains access to caries and leaves marg intact
11.2 only indicated for small lesions
11.3 approach ling,bucc, occ
11.4 ADVANTAGES - conserves tooth tissue
11.4.1 DISADVANTAGES - difficult, marg ridge prone to #
11.5 not always good access to caires

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