2. Early Occlusal Caries
Review slides 27 - 39 from the lecture on 'Early Caries' and read page 48 in 'Pickard's Manual of Operative Dentistry' 9th edition.
Watch the following video and try the questions, you may want to read the questions beofore watching the video so you know what to look out for!
What is missing from the curing light?
|Cavity is clean and hard||Using the rose-head bur||Tapered diamond bur used||Decay is removed||Decay is visible|
Look at the images above and select the correct order from the options below which would show how a PRR is prepared.
|Composite Shaped||Light - cure||Etch is applied|
|Light - cure||Composite applied||Bond is applied|
Look at the images above and select the correct answer below to show how a PRR is placed.
Consider the Image below which shows the lower right 4, 5 and 6:
For which tooth/teeth would a PRR be suitable?
Using the resources outlined above, look at the following sortable list and place each item in order of Fluoride content from least to most with least being first and most being last.
Please make sure that you have completed all sections of the practical booklet with regard to Fissure Sealants and PRRs before attending for your first practical class.