A. SDF Material Above Restorative Technique
B. Silver Modified Atraumatic Resin Treatment
C. Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
D. SDF Masked Restoration Technique
Silver diamine fluoride was developed in the 1960’s in Japan and first sold as Saforide in 1970, but it was not commercially available in the United States as Advantage Arrest until what year?
The main mechanism of action of SDF is _______________.
A. to block dentinal tubules and form fluorohydroxyapatite
B. to open dentinal tubules and allow resin infiltration
C. to form calcium
D. to turn decay black
According to the literature, silver diamine fluoride arrests approximately what percentage of carious lesions?
What is the CDT code for Interim Caries Arresting Medicament, otherwise known as the SDF code?
Ideally, SDF should be applied to a lesion for at least how long?
A. 10 seconds
B. 10 minutes
C. 1 minute
D. 5 minutes
How much fluoride is in one drop of 38% SDF?
Resin infiltration is indicated for caries arrest in lesions up to what depth?
C. Cavitated D1
D. Non-cavitated D1
Which type of rubber dam material must be avoided during the resin infiltration procedure to avoid being melted by the materials?
B. All non-latex
C. Non-latex with thermoplastic elastomers
What is the CDT code for resin infiltration?