The ADA Science & Research Institute, working with an expert panel convened by the ADA Council on Scientific Affairs is writing a clinical practice guideline on restorative treatments for caries lesions. To help inform the guideline's development, we are currently seeking comments from the public on the guideline's recommendations, which are available via the blue button below.
Restorative Treatments for Caries Lesions Clinical Practice Guideline (2023)
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Frequently asked questions
To submit comments regarding the guideline's recommendations, please use the form at the bottom of this page. Comments may be general or specific. If offering specific feedback, please note the exact part of the guideline's recommendations that you are referring to and provide references to support your comments.
All submitted feedback will be reviewed and considered by the guideline's authors. The deadline to submit comments is August 31.
The upcoming guideline on restorative treatments for caries lesions was informed by a systematic review of the best available scientific evidence considered by the clinical and translation research team at the ADA Science & Research Institute. This review, developed in consultation with an expert panel chaired by Dr. Vineet Dhar of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, resulted in the recommendations presented above.