New method of treating children's tooth decay explored
from Dentistry Today
A needleless, drill-free method of treating tooth decay may have been created by a New Zealand college. University of Otago researchers generated this new treatment, called the Hall technique, for the purpose of limiting the anxiety of children when they visit the dentist. There were around 190 children ages 5 through 8 studied to compile the data. About 100 children were treated by using this new method and the others were treated using conventional methods.
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