THE INTERNATIONALCARIES DETECTION ANDASSESSMENTSYSTEM(ICDAS): AN INTEGRATED SYSTEMFOR MEASURING DENTALCARIES5조 60. Kanguk ...
Purpose of this article The lack of consistency among thecontemporary criteria systems limits thecomparability of outcome...
What does ICDAS mean? D(etection) Stage of the carious process Topography(pit and fissure or sealant) Anatomy(crowns v...
ICDAS criteria for detection ofcaries in coronal tooth surfaces Tooth surface : mesial, distal, facial, lingual,occlusal ...
Validity of the ICDAS Two types of validation methods whether a criteria system measures the diseaseprocess of dental ca...
Validity of the ICDAS ICDAS was designed to meet the followingconcepts measure stages of the carious process ratherthan ...
Validity of the ICDAS Correlational validity of caries assessment onocclusal surfaces Using the codes of ICDAS described...
Validity of the ICDAS Discriminant validity of ICDAS In addition to the dental caries data, it assessedsocial, behaviora...
Reliability of ICDAS
Reliability of ICDAS
Discussion ICDAS is useful, easy to use, and clearlydefined criteria for clinical visual cariesdetection. Even when used...
60번 주강욱 예방논문1 발표
60번 주강욱 예방논문1 발표
60번 주강욱 예방논문1 발표
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  1. 1. THE INTERNATIONALCARIES DETECTION ANDASSESSMENTSYSTEM(ICDAS): AN INTEGRATED SYSTEMFOR MEASURING DENTALCARIES5조 60. Kanguk Joo
  2. 2. Purpose of this article The lack of consistency among thecontemporary criteria systems limits thecomparability of outcomes measured onepidemiological and clincal studies. The ICDAS were developed to integrateseveral new criteria systems into one standardsystem for caries detection and assessment.
  3. 3. What does ICDAS mean? D(etection) Stage of the carious process Topography(pit and fissure or sealant) Anatomy(crowns vs. roots) Restoration or sealant status A(ssessment) Stage(noncavitated or cavitated) Activity(active or arrested)
  4. 4. ICDAS criteria for detection ofcaries in coronal tooth surfaces Tooth surface : mesial, distal, facial, lingual,occlusal surface Two-stage process Decision number 1 : classification of therestoration, sealant, or missing Decision number 2 : classification of the cariousstatus
  5. 5. Validity of the ICDAS Two types of validation methods whether a criteria system measures the diseaseprocess of dental caries. whether the definitions used measure signs orcharacteristics of dental caries for the selectedstage.
  6. 6. Validity of the ICDAS ICDAS was designed to meet the followingconcepts measure stages of the carious process ratherthan just the ‘decayed’ stage provide detailed exclusion criteria of noncariouslesions (staining, fluorosis, opacities) define the terms and descriptions used tomeasure the caries process.
  7. 7. Validity of the ICDAS Correlational validity of caries assessment onocclusal surfaces Using the codes of ICDAS described in Table 2,the examiners’ likelihood ratios that a toothclassified with codes 2, 3, 4, or 5–6 had dentalcaries into the dentin detected histologicallyrelative to a tooth classified with codes 0 or 1were 6.5, 10.0, 11.4, and 13.0, respectively.These likelihood ratios are relatively highcompared with the likelihood ratio (LR) ofstandard medical signs and symptoms.
  8. 8. Validity of the ICDAS Discriminant validity of ICDAS In addition to the dental caries data, it assessedsocial, behavioral, and dietary risk indicators.
  9. 9. Reliability of ICDAS
  10. 10. Reliability of ICDAS
  11. 11. Discussion ICDAS is useful, easy to use, and clearlydefined criteria for clinical visual cariesdetection. Even when used by examiners who had noprevious experience in epidemiological dentalexamination, ICDAS has good to excellentreliability. However, ICDAS still lacks validateddefinitions of caries activity.

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