Hall Technique had Better 1-year Clinical Outcomes for Treating Dental Caries in Primary Molars in High-risk Children Compared With Conventional Restoration or Non-restorative Approaches


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ARTICLE TITLE AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATIONCaries Management Strategies for Primary Molars: 1-Yr Randomized Control Trial Results.Santamaria RM, Innes NPT, Machiulskiene V, Evans DJP, Splieth CH.J Dent Res 2014;93(11):1062–9.REVIEWERVeerasamy Yengopal, MChD (Community Dentistry)PURPOSE/QUESTIONThis randomized clinical trial sought to evaluate the clinical efficacy of three caries management options for occlusoproximal cavitated lesions in primary molars.SOURCE OF FUNDINGStudy funded by the Pediatric Dentistry Department of Greifswald University, GermanyTYPE OF STUDYRandomized Controlled TrialLEVEL OF EVIDENCELevel 1: Consistent, good-quality patient-oriented evidenceSTRENGTH OF RECOMMENDATION GRADENot applicable

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