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Microlux with Proximal Caries Attachment

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AdDent introduces a new and improved plug in accessory for its Microlux Diagnostic System–the Proximal Caries Light Guide. This attachment uses a 0.75 mm diameter disposable fiber light guide that allows the dentist to easily slide the fiber through the posterior interproximal space. This technique permits visualization of proximal caries as a shadow on the occlusal surface with the use of transillumination. It can show incipient proximal caries not visible on a standard x-ray. Other accessory guides available for the Microlux System are: 2 mm and 3 mm glass light guides, DL oral cancer screener, autoclavable lighted mirror, 1 mm Endo Fiber, and a 0.75 mm Perio Probe.

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An in vitro Comparison of the Ability of Fibre-Optic Transillumination, Visual Inspection and Radiographs to Detect Occlusal Caries and Evaluate Lesion Depth

The aim of this study was to compare the performance of fibre-optic transillumination (FOTI), visual inspection and...

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Identification of Resected Root-End Dentinal Cracks: A Comparative Study of Transillumination and Dyes

The dilemma of diagnosing and possibly treating dentinal cracks continues to present a challenge in endodontics. The...

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Incomplete cusp fractures: Early diagnosis and communication with patients using fiber-optic transillumination and intraoral photography

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