Dental Materials

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Dental Materials
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2011-03-23 23:38:59
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dental caries restoration classifications
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  1. Who established the most commonly used system to classify both dental caries and restorations?
    G.V. Black
  2. How many different classifications of caries and restorations are there?
    6
  3. caries that occur in occlusal surfaces (pits and fissures) in premolars and molars; in the occlusal 2/3 of the facial or lingual surfaces of molars; and on the lingual surfaces of maxillary incisors
    class 1 dental caries or restorations
  4. caries or restorations that occur in proximal surfaces of posterior teeth; the occlusal surfaces are usually involved
    class 2 dental caries or restorations
  5. caries or restorations that occur in proximal surfaces of incisors and canines; the incisal angle is not involved
    class 3 dental caries or restorations
  6. caries or restorations that occur in the proximal surfaces of incisors and canines including the incisal edge
    class 4 dental caries or restorations
  7. caries or restorations that occur in the gingival third of facial or lingual surfaces of any tooth
    class 5 dental caries or restorations
  8. caries or restorations that involve the incisal edge of anterior teeth and the cusp tips of posterior teeth
    class 6 dental caries or restorations

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