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Interventions efficaces pour prévenir la carie dentaire: revue systématique de revues systématiques

Abstract : Despite the widespread use of different sources of fluoride, dental caries continues to be the most prevalent and costly oral infectious disease worldwide. Outcome: To study the effectiveness of interventions based on the use of specific products to prevent tooth decay that have been the subject of a systematic review. Materials and methods: We have carried out a systematic review of systematic reviews published since 01/01/2008 and indexed in the Scopus database on 05/05/2018. We identified 25 systematic reviews on caries prevention. Results: Fluoride topicals are effective when used individually or in combination, as well as sealants. Products such as CPP-ACP, SDF, tea, vitamin D, probiotics are promising but there is insufficient evidence to establish recommendations. Conclusion: Fluoridated products represent the most evaluated interventions with proven efficacy in terms of caries prevention.
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Cyrus Bemihary. Interventions efficaces pour prévenir la carie dentaire: revue systématique de revues systématiques. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02971402⟩



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