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Detectors, Dental Caries, Induced Fluorescence

Definition : Dental caries detectors designed to determine the changes in the fluorescence of teeth enamel and dentine due to mineral loss. These devices consist of a light source (typically a laser) that elicits fluorescence in teeth and a unit that quantifies the altered fluorescence of the infected tooth tissue (i.e., caries). Induced fluorescence dental caries detectors are intended for diagnosis of early stage caries and to monitor the progress of tooth caries.

Entry Terms : "QLF Dental Caries Detectors" , "Quantitative Light-Induced Fluorescence Dental Caries Detectors" , "Light Fluorescence Dental Caries Detectors" , "Laser Fluorescence Dental Caries Detectors" , "Induced Fluorescence Dental Caries Detectors"

UMDC code : 20757

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