The recent advancements in etiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatments of dental caries have made it possible to defeat the caries. It may soon happen that we can completely get rid of this common and irritating problem which is a major reason for frequent visits to a dentist. The modern approach to managing the caries involves diagnosis of caries, control and prevention of caries, medical management of caries, assessing risks of dental caries in children and infants etc.
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