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1

What are the risk factors for caries in the early permanent dentiton?

first year of eruption
deep fissures
partially erupted
diffcicult to access
enamel defects

2

What can we use to detect caries in YPD?

visual inspection
explorer
BW xray
caries deetctor dyes
elctronic
FOTI
LAser

3

What are the non operative managemtn technqies?

aim to remin lesion
plaque control and brishing
diet
fluroide
fs

4

what are the operative techniqes?

PRR
Fissure biopsy
GSR
fissurotomy
concervative prep
prophylactic odontomy
enameloplasty

5

WHat is a PRR?

conservative removal of existing carious lesion from the fissure whilst simultaneously preventing further caries

6

WHat do you need for a PRR?

LA and rubber dam
clean occlusa surface
high speed diamond bur
etch
GIC liner
composute

7

what is the princple behind a PRR?

fissure invedtigated with a small high speed diamond bur and caries removed from AEJ, do not extend into iunaffcted fissures, palce GIC liner and then etch enamel but avoid lining
wash adn dry and restore with composte
place FS onto surface and then check occlusion

8

What is the rationale behind a GSR?

use GIC tonreplace dentine and this is good becaue of chemical bond to dentine and floride

9

What other techniqes arethere?

air abrason
chemical removal
ART
laser

10

WHat is the success of a PRR vs Amalgam?

Welbury 1990
survival time amalgam vs PRR
61.6 vs 63.3

11

How many teeth got caries after restoraton with amlagm vs PRR?

welbury 1990
amlagam 11/150
PRR 5/150