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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

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Determine Lesion Threshold for Carrying Restorative Interventions: Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis

Author: SEYED MONAJEM, DORARA DORTAJ, ALIREZA HAKIMZADE ARDAKANI
Abstract: Background and aim: there's conflicting evidence around how well dentists’ restorative care arranging behavior adjusts to these proposals, particularly for managing carious lesions restricted to enamel or the outer aspect of dentin. May help create strategies to reduce intervention levels by identifying regions of great practice that can be further investigated, According to what has been said the aim of this systematic review and Meta-analysis was determine lesion threshold for carrying restorative intervention. Method: MEDLINE, PubMed, Cochrane Library, Embase, ISI, google scholar were used as electronic databases to perform a systematic literature between 2014 to march 2020. A commercially available software program (Endnote X9) was used for electronic title management. Searches were performed with keywords, “restorative”, “restoration”,” invasive”. The present systematic review was performed based on the main consideration of PRISMA Statement–Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis. Result: A total of 429 potentially relevant titles and abstracts were found during the electronic and manual search. Finally, a total of five publications fulfilled the inclusion criteria required for this systematic review. 16.72% (95% CI, 15.88%-17.56%) of dentists or dental therapists, in four studies, stated they would intervene invasively. There were indications of publication bias (p=0.000). Heterogeneity was high (I² = 99.6%), with a large and there was significant variation in the proportions between countries (P = 0.000) Conclusion: Intervene invasively on carious lesions where evidence and clinical recommendations indicate less invasive therapies should be used.
Keyword: restoratively, invasively, lesion, restorative intervention
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.079
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