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|Title:||A proposal for a new classification of lesions of exposed tooth surfaces|
|Citation:||International Dental Journal, 2006; 56(2):82-91|
|Publisher:||F D I World Dental Press Ltd|
|G J Mount, M J Tyas, E S Duke, J J Lasfargues, R. Kaleka and W R Hume|
|Abstract:||In the presence of improved methods of identification and treatment of lesions on the exposed surfaces of teeth, it should now be acknowledged that the GV Black "classification of carious cavities" is out of date. This paper describes a new system, proposed in 1997, discussed broadly throughout the profession, and eventually modified. The system has been adopted in several regions around the world as being a useful corollary to the current developing concept of minimal intervention dentistry. It is now desirable to adopt a new approach to the identification and recording of the lesions caused by both caries and non-carious tooth loss. A major advantage arising from its adoption would be that it would encourage the profession to minimise the amount of normal healthy tooth structure that is often sacrificed in pursuit of the cavity designs as suggested by Black. The authors are members of a Project Group of the FDI Science Committee, and this paper explains the concept and offers justification for the adoption of the system.|
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