The following documents have been made available for download from this site.

 

 

The following two documents describe (i) the rationale and evidence for the ICDAS system and (ii) the ICDAS criteria and codes:

(i) Rationale and Evidence for the International Caries Detection and Assessment System (written in 2005 and reviewed in 2011)

(ii) ICDAS Criteria for Detecting Caries (Post Bogota, Colombia December 2008 and Hungary, Budapest July 2009)

French versions 

(i) Traduction française du document Rationale and Evidence for the International Caries Detection and Assessment System
(ICDAS II)
 

(ii) Manuel de critères Révisé en décembre 2008 et juillet 2009 Bogota (Colombie) et Budapest (Hongrie). Réunion du groupe de travail à Baltimore, Maryland, du 12 au 14 mars 2005

 

The following PowerPoint file is a brief presentation on training in the ICDAS criteria:

Click to Download This is a power point presentation (115 MB) and you should save it to your own computer before opening.

 

Click here to download the 'Decision Tree' for ICDAS codes on the coronal surfaces of teeth:

ICDAS coronal caries codes decision tree


The aim of the ICCMS™ Guide for Practitioners and Educators is to describe the structure and facilitate the implementation of the International Caries Classification and Management System (ICCMS™), which the authors propose to be used in the daily handling of our patients for caries prevention and management and also in the teaching undertaken at dental schools around the world 

A US and UK version has been produced to account for the variations in terminology and practice around the world, and the document can be downloaded with or without full appendices. Please select the version most applicable to your practice .

ICCMS™ Guide for Practitioners and Educators UK Version

ICCMS™ Guide for Practitioners and Educators UK Version (with appendices)

ICCMS™ Guide for Practitioners and Educators US Version

ICCMS™ Guide for Practitioners and Educators US Version (with appendices)




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