Chemomechanical caries removal (CMCR) is a non-invasive technique eliminating infected dentine via a chemical agent. This is a method of caries removal. Efficacy of new chemomechanical caries removal agent compared with conventional method in primary teeth: An in vivo study. NB Nagaveni1. Objective: To compare the effectiveness of various caries removal techniques in mandibular primary molars using Smart Burs, atraumatic.

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J Conserv Dent ;5: A total of 80 carious primary mandibular molars were selected for the study from the dental clinic and community.

How to cite this URL: Two methods of caries removal were compared in the same patient.

Application of the Carie-Care gel in the maxillary left primary canine test group Click here to view. Diagnosis in primary teeth: National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Community Dent Health ; The rotating bur cuts through carious dentine to open up healthy dentinal tubules deeper in the tissue and this in conjunction with water stimulation of odon-toblast processes will result in the pain associated with cavity preparation using this technique.

However the results were inconclusive due to erratic and unpredictable performance of the instrument In Group 1, caries was removed using Carie-care in the dental clinic and in Group 2, with Smart Burs in the dental clinic.


Current update of chemomechanical caries removal methods.

None of earlier preparations including Papacarie contain essential oils which we have incorporated in our preparation for removsl first time and which act as anti-inflammatory agent. The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the effect of two different chemomechanical caries removal CMCR agents on dentin microhardness.

Rev Paul Odontol ; Braz J Oral Sci ;9: J Int Oral Health ;5: Negative dental experiences and their relationship to dental anxiety.

Our study is more comparable to the study of Maragatis et.

Aust Dent J ; Carie Care is applied directly onto the tooth having caries by means of a disposable applicator tip; soon gel changes the color in the affected area. J Conserv Dent ; A New Era of Dentistry. PhD thesis, University of London.

Current update of chemomechanical caries removal methods.

J Am Dent Assoc ; Current update of chemomechanical caries removal methods. Successful experience in three Latin American countries. But as this is non selective, its overzealous use could easily remove a considerable amount of tooth chemomechamical especially in the cervical margin 11 – Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

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The mixture cannot be stored and reused. Related articles Atraumatic restorative technique Carie-care caries removal patient acceptance Smart Burs. Use of Anesthetics in Traditional Treatment Group. The CMCR technique was superior to the mechanical cares removal technique in primary teeth among school children in terms of time, efficacy, and acceptance in both clinical- and community-based settings.


J Dent Res ; Independent samples t -test comparison of mean hardness between Carisolv and Carie-care in decayed teeth Click here to view. After 1 minute the gel along with dissolved caries is removed by means of a Sharp Spoon Excavator. The preparation also contains explicit gelling agent in accurate percentage to give exact consistency to the gel so that when applied there is no spill over.

However present gel preparation does not contain sodium hypochlorite or any other strong chlorinating agent instead has most of the ingredients from natural sources.

In vitro evaluation of five alternative methods of carious dentin excavation. Scanning Electron Microscopic observation of human dentine after mechanical caries excavation. Journal of prosthetic dentistry. The main advantage of this method is that it does not require complete patient cooperation.