Study on Emotional Intelligence and Stress Tolerance of Diabetic Physical Exercising and Diabetic Nonphysical Exercising Peoples on Critics
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of silver diamine fluoride (SDF) in the treatment of caries in children.
Background: A biological model underpins the current caries control method. Early childhood caries patients require both behavior modification and effective and complete caries management, for which an algorithm-based approach is provided. Silver diamine fluoride is a tertiary preventative technique that works by minimizing the negative effects of existing disease (cavity) and restoring the child’s quality of life. It’s a magic bullet that combines the antibacterial characteristics of silver with the remineralizing properties of highly concentrated fluoride.
Results of the review: SDF was reported to be beneficial in preventing caries in primary teeth and root caries in adults in previous systematic evaluations. SDF treatment is appropriate when other caries care techniques are unavailable or unfeasible since caries removal is not required. Aside from the arrested lesion turning black, there has been no notable problem associated with SDF use in youngsters.
Conclusion: Despite the unsightly black staining, many parents preferred SDF to advanced pharmacological behaviour control treatments, and it is genuinely the magical alternative in children, as it supports the present “biological approach” to caries management.
SDF allows the stoppage of aerosol-generating treatments and serves as an interim therapy method to halt dentin caries and prevent the development of pulpitis, which requires additional intervention with an aerotor, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most importantly, the SDF application is user-friendly for children and has a high success rate when used as directed.
Department of Physical Education, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India.
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