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PRL0501- Deep Caries in Your Practice Source Form: NCI FormBuilder: https://formbuilder.nci.nih.gov/FormBuilder/formDetailsAction.do?method=getFormDetails&formIdSeq=0B58C210-4908-3FE2-E044-0003BA3F9857

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Dental Caries Pre-Study - PRL0501- Deep Caries in Your Practice - 2444305v1.0

There are three sections to the survey and we ask that you complete all three. This first section of the survey has to do with the incidence of deep caries in your practice and how you manage this problem.

Deep Caries In Your Practice
On average over the past year, how often each week do you feel you treat lesions that are close to the pulp
On average over the past year how often each week have you had to make a decision as to whether to continue removing caries or expose the pulp
In a patient with deep caries (occlusal) & a possible mild pulpitis on a posterior tooth where the caries does not radiographically appear to be close to the pulp, what % of the time do you find that the caries, upon excavation, may involve the pulp
In pt w/ deep caries assoc. w/ an existing Class I resin-based comp rest & evidence of a possible mild pulpitis but radiographically the caries doesn¿t appear to be close to pulp, what % time do you find that caries, upon excavation may involve pulp (In a patient with deep caries associated with an existing Class I resin-based composite restoration and evidence of a possible mild pulpitis but radiographically the caries does not appear to be close to the pulp)
If the restoration in question 4 was dental amalgam, would your experience of caries involving the pulp

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