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Do Technology-Based Devices Improve

Background: The current concepts of dental caries treatment rely on early carious lesion detection, aiming at a less invasive treatment and better prognosis, both for primary and permanent teeth. This study aimed to compare the visual-tactile examination with the technology-based caries detection examinations in children. Methods: We assessed the teeth next to the cleft area of 95 children aged 6 to 12 years with oral clefts but without the presence of any associated syndrome or craniofacial anomaly, according to the following detection methods: visual-tactile examination (Method I), visual-tactile examination through operating microscope (Method II), visual examination through LED-based fluorescence device (Method III), using ICDAS-II scores.

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