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Dental Restorations Placed under GA More Likely to Succeed Compared to Nitrous Oxide Alone


Background: Behavior can impact the success of dental restorative treatment. Objective: To assess the success of restorations placed using behavior management (BM), sedation, or general anesthesia (GA). Methods: Dental records for healthy children aged 2 to 9 years treated by residents during a 10-year period were reviewed. For inclusion, patients must have had a minimum of yearly records for 3 years. Modality of treatment was BM only, nitrous oxide (N 2 O) sedation, midazolam and more...
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