Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Dentistry, Operative
Operative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of dental caries (tooth decay) and other conditions affecting the teeth and supporting structures. Operative dentists, also called restorative dentists, use a variety of techniques to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth, including fillings, crowns, bridges, and dentures. They also perform procedures such as root canal therapy, tooth extractions and dental implants.
Operative dentistry is an important aspect of dental care as it helps to restore the function, esthetics, and health of the teeth. Data visualization can be used to understand the distribution and extent of dental caries in a population and to evaluate the effectiveness of different treatment options. For example, bar charts can be used to compare the number of fillings and crowns placed in different age groups and line charts can be used to track the progression of dental caries over time. Additionally, 3D models can be used to visualize the extent of decay, the position of the teeth, and the plan of the treatment.
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