Review Article
Volume 20 Issue 6 - 2021
The Benefits of Using the Chemo-Mechanical Caries Removal System and the Mechanism of Action. (Review Article)
Abdulrhman Zaher Ghoneim1*, Ahmad Bassam Zaaza2, Halabia G Mohamednour3 and Ahmed Mohamed Elmarakby4
1General Practitioner Dentist in Safad Dental Centers, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2General Practitioner Dentist in Private Clinic, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
3Master Student, Lanzhou University, School of Public Health, Department of Social Medicine and Health Management, Lanzhou, China
4Chairman of the Department of Restorative Dental Sciences, Vision College for Dentistry and Nursing, Riyadh, KSA and Assistant Professor of the Department of Operative Dentistry, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Al-Azhar University, Assiut, Egypt
*Corresponding Author: Abdulrhman Zaher Ghoneim, General Practitioner Dentist in Safad Dental Centers, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Received: May 11s, 2021; Published: May 31, 2021




Abstract

Objective: With the introduction of Carisolv's newest technologies for caries removal, this Review article updates current information on this conservative chemo-mechanical caries removal method. It is believed that it can reduce the need for anesthesia, maintain tooth structure, minimize the use of rotary instrument, and effectively alleviate anxiety.

Materials and Methods: We'll look at the latest electronic resources: Trials Register of the Cochrane Oral Health Community, Central Register with Clinical Studies, MEDLINE, EMBASE, and PubMed. There would be no limitations on the terms used or the release date. We still intend to search article reference lists and contact experts and associations to see if there are any additional studies.

Criteria for Selection: The following will be considered for inclusion in this study: random control clinical studies, cohort studies, surveys, or case control studies, as well as ADA regulations and guidelines. use of chemo-mechanical method for caries removal. Studies older than 1980, non-blinded clinical trials, and studies documenting the physical and mechanical properties of Carisolv will be exception because these treatments will be tested in different studies.

Data Collection and Analysis: The two authors are expected to conduct their study separately. For every study that satisfies the inclusion and exclusion requirements, two separate authors will determine the likelihood of bias. The review of the literature and conceptual modeling are the key research methods used in this analysis. A first step toward a complete understanding of the Carisolv issue is to identify and classify the causes using a systematic approach. This research would also look at the different forms of Carisolv risks and their features. Dependent on this knowledge, a classification technique to classify these reasons factors for the purpose of identification will be established. In this study, the impact of various types of etiological factors will be extensively analyzed and categorized.

Results: The following are the results of the search: Sixty research papers on the topic were found. Only sixteen research papers are approved after exclusion criteria are applied.

Conclusion: The success or failure of material selection and proper handling is dependent on dental practitioners' knowledge and understanding of Carisolv material compositions, classifications, indications and contraindications, and chemo-mechanical method for caries removal.

Keywords: Carislov; Clinical Recommendations; Guideline; Anti-Cariogenic Agent; Chemo-Mechanical; A Traumatic Technique

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Citation: Abdulrhman Zaher Ghoneim., et al. “The Benefits of Using the Chemo-Mechanical Caries Removal System and the Mechanism of Action. (Review Article)”. EC Dental Science 20.6 (2021): 52-56.

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