Early diagnostics and preventive and curative treatment of initial dental caries

Written by Ippolitov Yu.A., Moiseeva N.S.

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Three‑year follow‑up of 60 patients aged 18 to 25 years
old reveals the effects from application of remineralising gel in
dental clinic that appears to increase the resistance of tooth enamel
to bacterial life products and proves to be an efficient medication
aimed at the prevention of dental caries. This is confirmed by data
obtained from X‑ray imaging, electron microscopy, measurements
of fluorescence and conductance of hard tooth tissues, and authors’
method of clinical assessment of hard tooth tissue state, and statis‑
tic analysis.

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Yu.A. Ippolitov, N.S. Moiseeva
Voronezh State Medical Academy named after N.N. Burdenko (10 Studencheskaya St. Voronezh 394000 Russian Federation)

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