Tooth decay - HealOzone (TA92)
NICE has said that HealOzone is not recommended as a treatment for specific types of tooth decay, unless it is being used in a clinical trial.
The reason for this was that there was not enough reliable evidence that HealOzone is more effective than existing treatments for decay of the biting surfaces and roots of the teeth.
- Review Proposal - February 2014
- Review Decision
- Review proposal - July 2008
- Review proposal - July 2008: provisional matrix of consultees and commentators
- Assessment report, Systematic review of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of 'HealOzone' for the treatment of occlusal pit/fissure caries and root caries.
- TA92 Tooth decay - HealOzone: Distribution list
- 2005/017 NICE issues guidance on HealOzone for tooth decay
This page was last updated: 18 February 2014
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