The atraumatic restorative treatment
approach: an "atraumatic" alternative.
Atraumatic restorative treatment
for prevention and treatment of caries in an underserved community.
It is proved that atraumatic restorative treatment
of dental caries and chemical mechanical preparation of carious cavities improve children's behavior, but the use of a dental drilling machine contributes to the development of negative attitude to teeth treatment.
Twenty-five-year atraumatic restorative treatment
(ART) approach: a comprehensive overview.
CONCLUSION: Atraumatic restorative treatment
needs to be considered with a proper clinical perspective, where as it may be considered as the treatment modality for communities with no access to dentists.
Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
(ART) is a minimal intervention approach to both prevent dental caries and to stop its further progression.
One-year evaluation of atraumatic restorative treatment
and minimum intervention techniques on primary teeth.
The term Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
(ARTm) was first made known to the dental community in early 2000 (2-4) and gained followers over the years, both in public service and private practice.
It is well-known that the implementation of atraumatic restorative treatment
(ART) may help overcome barriers associated to dental treatment, bringing substantial improvements for the population's oral health [Kikwilu et al.
The Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
(ART) approach was developed to meet the need for dental restorative treatment in deprived areas that was neither electricity nor running water [Frencken and Van Amerongen, 2008].
With the objective of bringing dental treatment to this portion of the population that has no access to conventional treatment, a new treatment modality was developed for caries disease: the Atraumatic Restorative Treatment