Design of the Prevention of Adult Caries Study (PACS): A randomized clinical trial assessing the effect of a chlorhexidine dental coating for the prevention of adult caries.

Vollmer, William M.
Papas, Athena S.
Bader, James D.
Maupomé, Gerardo.
Gullion, Christina M.
Hollis, Jack F.
Snyder, John J.
Fellows, Jeffrey L.
Laws, Reesa L.
White, B Alexander.
2010

Background: Dental caries is one of the primary causes of tooth loss among adults. It is estimated to affect a majority of Americans aged 55 and older, with a disproportionately higher burden in disadvantaged populations. Although a number of treatments are currently in use for caries prevention in adults, evidence for their efficacy and ... read more

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Vollmer, William, Athena S. Papas, James D. Bader, Gerardo Maupomé, Christina M. Gullion, Jack F. Hollis, John J. Snyder, Jeffrey L. Fellows, Reesa L. Laws, and B. Alexander White. "Design of the Prevention of Adult Caries Study (PACS): A randomized clinical trial assessing the effect of a chlorhexidine dental coating for the prevention of adult caries." BMC Oral Health 10, no. 1 (12, 2010): 1-11.
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