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Short Communication - Journal of Oral Medicine and Surgery (2020) Volume 3, Issue 3

Raman-Fluorescent medical technologies in dentistry and their clinical significance

Existing bacteriological, laboratory and instrumental methods of diagnosing diseases and processes of microbial and other nature of the CLO (tooth decay and its complications, mineralization of solid tissues of the tooth and bones of the facial skeleton, hygienic state of the oral cavity in normal and in pathology, choice and evaluation of means of hygienic oralcare, identification and screening of neoplastic procedures) are largely subjective in most cases not express and digital and do not meet WHO requirements, thereby reducing the objectivity and quality of medical and preventive dental care for the population. The purpose of the study is to use Raman-fluorescent methods to justify the range of their clinical use in dentistry.

Methodology and concept of the study: Methodological work included clinical methods (diagnosis of tooth decay and its complications, methods of displaying and removal of mineralized tooth deposits, endodontic methods, methods of assessing the hygienic state of the oral cavity in normal and in the CNO stages of radiation therapy). Raman-fluorescent methods for express digit oevoy diagnostics, systematization and analysis on a scale of real-time on the principle of feedback of these clinical observations. Statistical methods and a system of interviewing doctors for comparative evaluation of clinical data and developed optical technologies. Conceptual about the solution of these problematic issues dentistry conducted on the basis of the use of Raman-fluorescent methods combination scattering, photo-induced luminescence, etc. – together are the & quot; fingerprint & quot; of the object studied (tissue, microorganisms, biological fluids and registr through optical transformation).

Conclusion: Developed methods of raman- fluorescent diagnosis are express, digital (objective) and in fact it is a diagnosis as an indication and control of the condition of teeth, their mineralizations and assessment of the hygienic state of the mouth in normal and pathology.

Author(s): M T Alexandrov and Essor Pashkov

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