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Figure 2: Typical surface features of an uncavitated inactive proximal enamel caries lesions under stereomicroscopy with reflected white light (a), and reflected fluorescence before (b) and after (c) caries infiltration. A reduction in enamel opaqueness (dark area) in lesion area is seen after infiltration (c). Baseline lesion area (area of Gray levels measurement) is outlined with dotted line. Bar = 1 mm

Figure 2: Typical surface features of an uncavitated inactive proximal enamel caries lesions under stereomicroscopy with reflected white light (a), and reflected fluorescence before (b) and after (c) caries infiltration. A reduction in enamel opaqueness (dark area) in lesion area is seen after infiltration (c). Baseline lesion area (area of Gray levels measurement) is outlined with dotted line. Bar = 1 mm