Fluoride therapy is a widely accepted method of reducing smooth surface caries. Sealant therapy is intended to provide similar results for the occlusal surfaces of the teeth. In this study the retention of sealants was examined and a comparison was made between the caries rate in the group with sealed molars and controls after 12 months...The caries increment was significantly lower in the sealed group.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1993|
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