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The Non-Invasive Caries Therapy Guide

The Guide is an illustrated manual on diagnostics, preventives, and therapeutics to fight dental caries without removing tooth structure, including instructions and tips to:

  • Differentiate active vs. arrested caries lesions
  • Apply silver diamine fluoride, self-assembling peptide P11-4, and more
  • Perform the Hall Technique
The Non-Invasive Caries Therapy Guide
Internal page from Non-Invasive Caries Therapy Guide showing how to apply Self Assembling Peptide P11-4

Goals of the Guide

  1. Increase access to care by decreasing reliance on invasive dentistry
  2. Transform the oral health workforce by empowering non-dentists to manage dental caries
  3. Improve clinical outcomes by optimizing clinical technique
  4. Lower barriers to adopting evidence-based techniques

Learn more about minimally invasive care in dentistry

More Minimally Invasive Care Resources

Glass Ionomer Cement: Prevention and Beyond

This self-paced online course highlights the unique properties of glass ionomer cement (GIC), including prolonged fluoride release, remineralization, and antibacterial activity. Earn 1 free ADA CERP credit.

Effect of Self-Assembling Peptide P11-4 on Arrest, Cavitation, and Progression of Initial Caries Lesions

A systematic review published in the Journal of the American Dental Association found that self-assembling peptide P11-4 successfully arrested non-cavitated caries lesions and decreased lesion size.

19 Questions (and Answers) about Brush-On Dental Therapies

This blog post summarizes answers to frequently asked questions during a webinar with three experts in minimally invasive care and links to additional resources about minimally invasive care.

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