RUXANDRA SAVA ROSIANU, ANGELA CODRUTA PODARIU, MEDA LAVINIA NEGRUTIU, CAMELIA SZUHANEK, COSMIN SINESCU LOW VISCOSITY RESIN PENETRATION DEGREE IN INCIPIENT CARIES LESIONS Resin infiltration is considered a treatment option for initial caries lesions. To prevent enamel lesion s from further demineralization a complete and homogeneous penetration of low-viscosity resins should be accomplished. The aim of this study was to compare the penetration abilities of 3 commercial products: Icon (DMG, Germany), Fluorodose (Centrix Inc. USA) and Tetric flow (IvoclarVivadent, Schaan, Liechtenstein).Artificial white spot lesions were produced in 60 orthodontic extracted human premolars. The samples were randomly divided into 3 groups: F - weeklyapplication of 5%fluoride gel; IC – resin infiltration (Icon1-DMG) and T - treatment with composite resins (Tetric flow). Specimens were studied using confocal microscopy and penetration depths were determined. A good correlation between PC and penetration depth was thereby observed (Pearson correlation coefficient, r=0.820).