Seq #120 Thursday, July 3, 2008

3:30 PM-4:45 PM Metro Toronto Convention Centre Exhibit Hall D-E, Poster
Caries Management/Diagnostics
 
1168  Non-invasive caries management: dentist and practice staff perceptions
A. SBARAINI, S.M. CARTER, B. CURTIS, and R.W. EVANS, University of Sydney, Australia
1169  Disconnect between Science and Practice: Management of High Caries Risk
N. KAUFMAN1, B. HECKMAN2, S.A. GANSKY2, J.A. WEINTRAUB2, S. SILVERSTEIN2, C. KAVANAGH2, and M. WALSH2, 1Private Practice, Berkeley, California, USA, 2University of California, San Francisco, USA
1170  Introducing caries risk assessment for a teaching clinic
N. KENNEDY, M. MCNALLY, and D. MATTHEWS, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
1171  Caries-risk Assessment in the Public Dental Service, Ireland: Pilot Results
P. JAMES, University College, Cork, Ireland, C. PARNELL, Oral Health Services Research Centre, Cork, Ireland, and H. WHELTON, National University of Ireland - Cork, Ireland
1172  Beliefs/Practices of Canadian Pediatric Dentists Regarding Caries-risk Assessment and Prevention
S.M.H. NAINAR, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and K.J. WRIGHT, Private practice, Brentwood Bay, Canada
1173  Risk assessment of food retention related to occlusal morphology
L.L. MENEGHEL1, K.B.P. FERNANDES1, L. STURION1, L. WANG1, A. FERELLE2, and L.R.F. WALTER1, 1North Parana University-UNOPAR, Londrina-PR, Brazil, 2State University of Londrina, Brazil
1174  Evaluation of enamel prisms surrounding enamel lamellae – histomorphometric studies
K. MEHR1, T.B. MATTHEWS-BRZOZOWSKA2, P.R. PIOTROWSKI1, and B. MISKOWIAK1, 1Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland, 2Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Wroclaw Medical Unversity, Poland
1175  Detection of Incipient Interproximal Lesions Using Dye Enhanced Fluorescence
S. KHORASHADI, S. PARK, J. DASILVA, and S. NAGAI, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
1176  Detection of Proximal lesions: ICDAS II versus Caries Detection Devices
N. MEHTA1, A. ZANDONA2, M. ANDO2, and G. ECKERT2, 1Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA, 2Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, USA
1177  Non-invasive ultrasonic device to evaluate demineralized dentine lesions
Y. YAMADA1, J. SUZUKI1, T. ENDO1, N. TANDA1, K. IKAWA1, S. OMATA2, M. KOMATSU1, K. TAURA1, and T. KOSEKI1, 1Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 2Nihon University, Koriyama, Japan
1178  Longitudinal Assessment of Dynamic Caries Process with Microfocus Computed Tomography
M. ANDO1, G.J. ECKERT2, and D. ZERO1, 1Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, USA, 2Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, USA
1179  Microstructural analysis of sound enamel, remineralized and active carious lesions
S. URIBE1, C. PEREZ2, M.E. ORTIZ2, and S. GOMEZ3, 1University of Valparaiso CHILE, Chile, 2Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile, 3University of Valparaiso CHILE, Vina del Mar, Chile
1180  Correlation Between ICDAS II Clinical Scores and Digital Images Scores
M. GARCIA-CORRETJER1, A. FERREIRA ZANDONA1, H. EGGERTSSON1, E. SANTIAGO2, M. FRANCO1, and G. ECKERT1, 1Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, USA, 2University of Puerto Rico
1181  Comparison of Two Scoring Methods for Occlusal Caries Detection
M. MONTERO1, A.M. ACEVEDO1, C. MACHADO2, F. ROJAS-SANCHEZ1, and I. KLEINBERG3, 1Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela, 2Alcaldia Municipio Sucre, Caracas, Venezuela, 3State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
1182  Effect of etching on laser fluorescence values in sealants
S.K. POWELL1, A.E. SOTO-ROJAS2, M. ANDO1, and G. ECKERT1, 1Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, USA, 2Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA
1183  Validity-Reproducibility of QLF on Occlusal Caries under Clear Sealants
L.C. VILLALTA-FLOREZ1, M. ANDO1, G.J. ECKERT2, and M. FONTANA1, 1Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, USA, 2Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, USA

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