There are many frequently adopted techniques for analyzing the erosively altered dental hard tissues in dental research, but these are routinely performed on extracted teeth and are not useful for clinical evaluation of patients. Due to the complex nature of dental erosion and dissolution, a single technique may not provide a full enough picture of the extent of damage, and different approaches may be needed for full understanding. The most established and well-evaluated techniques include, but are not limited to:
In addition, it is recommended that dentists use simple methods like photography or silicone impressions to assess further progression in a clinical setting.
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