n Journal of Minimum Intervention in Dentistry - Atraumatic restorative treatment (ART) - Implementation Seminar for South African public oral health service : handout : grey literature




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A brief listing of the merits of the ART approach is given: Reduction of dental anxiety among patients; more fillings are placed in relation to tooth extractions when patients are less afraid; the more ART fillings are placed in primary teeth the higher the decrease of more costly composite resin fillings placed in primary teeth (the more cost-effective the oral health service); some barriers to ART implementations are presented.


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