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E-mail: moc. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract A new emphasis on caries measurement and management is required for the dental community. The dental professionals need new approaches in caries detection, its assessment, and management.

The future of research, practice, and education in Cariology requires the development of an integrated definition of dental caries, and uniform systems for measuring the caries process. Keeping this in view, the International Caries Detection and Assessment System ICDAS has presented a new paradigm for the measurement of dental caries, which was developed from the systematic reviews of literature on the clinical caries detection system and other sources.

The ICDAS can serve as a basis and benchmark for clinical and epidemiological research and inform dental undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Cariology. The ICDAS system was developed to bring forward the current understanding of the process of initiation and progression of dental caries to the fields of epidemiological and clinical research.

The review also found that there was a difference between different criteria for dental caries detection and there were many inconsistencies among the research criteria for measuring the caries.

All these systematic reviews suggested that there was an urgent need to answer the following questions: What stage of the caries process should be measured? What are the definitions for each selected stage? What is the best clinical approach to detect each stage on different tooth surfaces? The members of the coordinating committee of ICDAS have attempted several times to include the largest input of the cariology community in the process of developing integrated criteria.

There were various concepts debated on the field of Cariology, in the s. The new emphasis on caries measurement and management may indicate that the dental community worldwide has started to recognize that we need new approaches in caries detection, assessment, and management.

The principles of the ICDAS committee are: integration, scientific validation, and utility of the criteria in different research and practice settings.

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E-mail: moc. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract A new emphasis on caries measurement and management is required for the dental community. The dental professionals need new approaches in caries detection, its assessment, and management. The future of research, practice, and education in Cariology requires the development of an integrated definition of dental caries, and uniform systems for measuring the caries process. Keeping this in view, the International Caries Detection and Assessment System ICDAS has presented a new paradigm for the measurement of dental caries, which was developed from the systematic reviews of literature on the clinical caries detection system and other sources. The ICDAS can serve as a basis and benchmark for clinical and epidemiological research and inform dental undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Cariology.

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International Caries Detection and Assessment System: A new paradigm in detection of dental caries

Staging of the caries process and activity assessment is followed by risk-adjusted preventive care, control of initial non-cavitated lesions, and conservative restorative treatment of deep dentinal and cavitated caries lesions. Note that during the intraoral assessment phase information is also collected on oral risk factors; e. In order to devise an optimal Personalised Caries Management Plan, two other elements are also needed please note that the chronological sequence and the method of integration of patient and clinical information may vary according to local preferences : 3 History - Patient-level Caries Risk Assessment: collation of risk information at the patient level to be integrated with clinical and tooth level information. We have provided this site to further that aim. To do this, we collect some data from you and we take the protection of your personal data seriously. Will you use my data for marketing?

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International Caries Detection and Assessment System (ICDAS): A New Concept

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3. Abstract Dental caries is a complex multifactorial disease of the calcified tissues of the teeth, caused by interaction of various factors including the host, agent, substrate and time as demonstrated by the Keyes circle. Detecting carious lesion at the earliest possible stage of its development is definitely helpful in appropriate treatment planning for the same. The lack of consistency among the contemporary criteria systems for detecting carious lesions limits the comparability of outcomes measured in epidemiological and clinical studies. Therefore, the ICDAS criteria was developed by an international team of caries researchers to integrate several new criteria systems into one standard system for caries detection and assessment.

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