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MODENA, Rodrigo Antonio et al. Conhecimento de cirurgiões-dentistas sobre o diagnóstico e o tratamento de lesões cervicais não cariosas: um estudo piloto em rede colaborativa: Knowledge of dental-surgeons regarding diagnosis and treatment of non-carious cervical lesions: a pilot study in collaborative networkn. RFO UPF [online]. 2016, vol.21, n.2, pp. 178-186. ISSN 1413-4012.

Objective: To identify the profile of training and care of dental-surgeons (DDSs), attempting to understand what is the conduct provided by DDSs in terms of diagnosis and treatment of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs). Subjects and method: A questionnaire was offered and sent to DDSs with updated records in the database of the Regional Council of Dentistry of Rio de Janeiro (CRO- RJ) - Brazil. The results were analyzed descriptively and the chi-square test was performed at 5 % significance level. Results: Most DDSs seeks to distinguish the different forms of NCCLs (76.5%), but does not use an auxiliary method (83.2%) and has no specific questionnaire (59.7%). To 40.3% of DDSs, the NCCL etiology is unifactorial or they could not answer this question. Most of them uses relative isolation (65.6%) and gingival retraction/separation techniques (83.2%). The conventional two-step adhesive system (63%) and hybrid/ microhybrid composite resin (52.1%) are the most commonly used materials. Regarding the longevity of restorations, only 17.6% of DDSs believes they last over 5 years. Regarding associations, there was a relationship between the form of remuneration and the use/method of isolation (p = 0.004), and between the form of remuneration and the use of gingival retraction/separation techniques (p = 0.005). Conclusions: The DDSs do not have a pre-established protocol for correct diagnosis of NCCLs. The form of remuneration influences the use of isolation for restorative treatment. The conventional two-step adhesive system is mostly used by DDSs.

Palavras-chave : Abfraction.; Abrasion.; Biocorrosion.; Erosion.; Non-carious cervical lesions..

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