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Effects Of Denoising And Sharpening On Detection Of Secondary Caries Under Amalgam And Composite Proximal Restorations On Digital Periapical Radiographs
International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science
Detection of secondary caries is difficult in proximal areas. Enamel translucency, cavitation, or change in hardness and color of the enamel and dentin are among the clinical signs and symptoms of Abstract Objectives: To assess the effects of denoising and sharpening on detection of secondary caries under proximal amalgam and composite restorations on digital periapical radiographs. Methods: After preparing a single box in proximal surfaces of 144 proximal surfaces of extracted premolars, thedoi:10.19070/2377-8075-21000453 fatcat:kyl75o7skvht3hxppqkb5ampnq