Optical magnification has no benefits on the detection of occlusal caries lesions in permanent molars using different visual scoring systems : an in vitro study
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Optical magnification has no benefits on the detection of occlusal caries lesions in permanent molars using different visual scoring systems : an in vitro study

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Optical magnification has no benefits on the detection of occlusal caries lesions in permanent molars using different visual scoring systems : an in vitro study

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Wilde, Sabrina; de Campos, Priscila-Hernandez; Marcondes, Ana-Paula-Marçal; Moura Netto, Cacio; Novaes, Tatiane-Fernandes; Lussi, Adrian; Diniz, Michele B.
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    Wilde, Sabrina ; de Campos, Priscila-Hernandez ; Marcondes, Ana-Paula-Marçal ; Moura Netto, Cacio ; Novaes, Tatiane-Fernandes ; Lussi, Adrian ; Diniz, Michele B.. Optical magnification has no benefits on the detection of occlusal caries lesions in permanent molars using different visual scoring systems : an in vitro study. En: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, 12 5 2020: 479-487

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