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Article: Volume 42 Number 10 Page 911 - December 2015

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  Dent Update 2015; 42: 911-920

Paediatric dentistry:  Materials for Paediatric Dentistry Part 2: The Evidence

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Abstract: Which materials should be used to restore primary teeth? The second part in this series summarizes the current evidence base relating to this question, and describes the biological approach to caries management.

Clinical relevance: Our decisions regarding material choices should be based, where possible, on up-to-date evidence. This will help to ensure that the appropriate material is placed in the appropriate clinical scenario.

Author notes: Natalie Jenkins, BChD, MSc, Community Dental Officer, Derbyshire Community Health Services Foundation Trust, Swadlincote Dental Clinic, Swadlincote Health Centre, Civic Way, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 0AE, UK.

Objective: To summarize the current evidence base relating to the restoration of primary teeth.