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  • Perspectives in Dental Caries

    2018-1-11 · Abstract. Cold atmospheric plasmas for caries prophylaxis and for caries therapy are still subject of intensive biomedical basic research. From today’s perspective, plasma medicine provides promising potential in the field of cariology as an adjunctive measure for the disinfection of the dentine and for the improvement of the durability of …

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  • Sugars and dental caries - World Health Organization

    2017-11-9 · Dental caries develops when bacteria in the mouth metabolize sugars to produce acid that demineralizes the hard tissues of the teeth (enamel and dentine). It affects general health and often causes pain and infection, which may result in tooth extraction. Dental caries is a major public health problem globally and is the most …

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  • Dental Caries: Causes, Progression, & Treatment

    2021-8-23 · Dental Caries Causes. Dental caries (tooth decay) is a multifactorial process that is caused by several factors. These factors are: Bacteria: they decompose carbohydrates and produce acidic metabolites that attack tooth enamel. Carbohydrate: it provides the basis of life for bacteria. Poor oral hygiene: lack of dental …

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  • (PDF) DENTAL CARIES AND LACTOBACILLUS: ROLE

    2019-11-1 · Dental caries is an infective serious transmittable bacterial disease characterized by a multi-factorial pathology. Main players in the etiology of this disease are cariogenic bacteria ...

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  • Childhood caries and hospital admissions in England:

    2021-5-14 · Dental caries is a largely preventable disease, yet the extraction of carious teeth is the most common reason for the hospital admission of children in England. This raises concern over the ...

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  • Dental Caries - an overview

    Dental caries is perhaps the most prevalent chronic disease. The outcome of the disease is dental decay. The disease is the result of a complex interaction between acid producing tooth-adherent bacteria and fermentable carbohydrates. Over time, the acids in the dental plaque may demineralize enamel and dentin in the fissures and the smooth ...

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  • Children

    2021-2-1 · The dental program targeted Australian children from low household income, who are eligible for the Child Dental Benefits Scheme (CDBS) in Victoria, Australia. The program is complemented with a school-based oral health promotion element. Methods: A retrospective cohort study was performed with a convenience sample.

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  • IMPROVING DENTAL CARE AND ORAL HEALTH A

    2014-2-18 · Data source/s: Health and Social Care Information Centre Hospital Episode Statistics, Dentistry Topic of Interest Report The number of 'dental caries‘ FAEs as a primary diagnosis increases along with increasing socio- economic deprivation. Amongst the least deprived 10% of the population 31.9% of FAEs for dental procedures were due to 'caries',

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  • Prevalence of dental caries and associated factors

    2017-12-29 · Dental caries is one of the most prevalent diseases of childhood in developing countries. However, there is a paucity of epidemiological data on the prevalence and associated factors of dental caries in Eritrea. The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence and associated factors of dental caries among 12 years …

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  • Dental Caries: A Review - Allied Academies

    2020-7-3 · Dental Caries: A Review Dental caries, a chronic disease is unique among human and is one of the most common important global oral health problems in the world today. It is the destruction of dental hard acellular tissue by acidic by-products from the bacterial fermentation of dietary carbohy-drates especially sucrose.

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  • Dental Caries: A Disease Which Needs Attention

    2020-6-7 · Dental caries is one of the most prevalent disease (about 50%) in children across the globe. If not treated in time, it can affect not only the mastication function but also the speech, smile and psychosocial environment and the quality of life of the child and the family. The treatment of dental di …

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  • 5 Easy Ways To Turn Around Dental Caries And Cavities

    2021-8-7 · Dental cavity is a typical problem, particularly one of the little ones and also adolescents. Although dental cavity is actually preventable, the normal variety of pearly whites affected through degeneration amongst children is 2.5. Early medical diagnosis is the key to avoid your dental cavity coming from spreading. Occasionally, you may catch ...

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  • IMPROVING DENTAL CARE AND ORAL HEALTH A

    2014-2-18 · Data source/s: Health and Social Care Information Centre Hospital Episode Statistics, Dentistry Topic of Interest Report The number of 'dental caries‘ FAEs as a primary diagnosis increases along with increasing socio- economic deprivation. Amongst the least deprived 10% of the population 31.9% of FAEs for dental procedures were due to 'caries',

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  • Dental caries and chemical analyses in reconstruction of

    2013-6-1 · Dental caries, being a progressive process that causes demineralisation and, consequently, proteolytic decay of the hard tissues of a tooth, resulting in the formation of carious lesions, is one of the diseases of the masticatory organ most frequently observed in the historical material. Dental caries has a multifactorial aetiology.

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  • Dental Caries

    2018-5-18 · Dental Caries Definition. Dental caries, also known as tooth decay, is the destruction of the outer surface (enamel) of a tooth. Decay results from the action of bacteria that live in plaque, which is a sticky, whitish film formed by a protein in saliva (mucin) and sugary substances in the mouth. The plaque bacteria sticking to tooth enamel use …

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  • Children's Oral Health

    Children who have poor oral health often miss more school and receive lower grades than children who don’t. About 1 of 5 (20%) children aged 5 to 11 years have at least one untreated decayed tooth. 1. 1 of 7 (13%) adolescents aged 12 to 19 years have at least one untreated decayed tooth. 1. Children aged 5 to 19 years from low-income families ...

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  • ch. 13 dental caries Flashcards

    Simple carbohydrates, such as sucrose, fructose, lactose, and glucose. Incipent caries. Tooth decay that is beginning to form or become apparent. ... How does saliva protect the teeth from dental caries? physical actions, chemical actions, and antibacterial actions. why dental caries is an infectious disease.

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  • Prevention of dental caries - SlideShare

    2015-9-24 · Prevention of dental caries 1. Made by, Sonali Kiri (22) Rushda Malek (23) Lakshita Malviya (24) 2. Overview Introduction Need for prevention Aims of prevention Levels for Prevention Methods for Prevention Current Methods for prevention MCQS Evidence 3. Introduction Definition “ Dental caries is an irreversible microbial disease of …

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  • Dental Caries PPT Flashcards

    Dental Caries Incidence In US dental caries is most common chronic disease in childhood (41% between ages of 2-11). Among dentate adults 20-64, 92% have caries …

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  • Dental Caries: A Review - Allied Academies

    2020-7-3 · Dental Caries: A Review Dental caries, a chronic disease is unique among human and is one of the most common important global oral health problems in the world today. It is the destruction of dental hard acellular tissue by acidic by-products from the bacterial fermentation of dietary carbohy-drates especially sucrose.

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  • Dental Caries - an overview

    Dental caries is perhaps the most prevalent chronic disease. The outcome of the disease is dental decay. The disease is the result of a complex interaction between acid producing tooth-adherent bacteria and fermentable carbohydrates. Over time, the acids in the dental plaque may demineralize enamel and dentin in the fissures and the smooth ...

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  • Sugars and dental caries - World Health Organization

    2017-11-9 · Dental caries develops when bacteria in the mouth metabolize sugars to produce acid that demineralizes the hard tissues of the teeth (enamel and dentine). It affects general health and often causes pain and infection, which may result in tooth extraction. Dental caries is a major public health problem globally and is the most …

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  • IMPROVING DENTAL CARE AND ORAL HEALTH A

    2014-2-18 · Data source/s: Health and Social Care Information Centre Hospital Episode Statistics, Dentistry Topic of Interest Report The number of 'dental caries‘ FAEs as a primary diagnosis increases along with increasing socio- economic deprivation. Amongst the least deprived 10% of the population 31.9% of FAEs for dental procedures were due to 'caries',

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  • Microbiology of Dental Decay and Periodontal

    2 天前 · Dental Caries (Decay) Dental decay is due to the dissolution of tooth mineral (primarily hydroxyapatite, Ca 10 (P0 4) 6 (0H) 2) by acids derived from bacterial fermentation of sucrose and other dietary carbohydrates.These bacteria live in bacterial communities known as dental plaque which accumulates on the tooth surface.

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  • MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE EARLY CHILDHOOD

    2018-12-4 · at risk of developing early childhood caries (ECC) and those diagnosed with S-ECC. TARGET GROUP/USER These guidelines are developed for the use of all healthcare professionals involved in the care of young children such as: Dental Nurses Medical Nurses Dental Practitioners Medical Practitioners Paediatric Dentists

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  • Tooth Decay (Caries or Cavities) in Children

    2021-8-24 · Tooth decay is the breakdown of tooth enamel. It can lead to holes in the teeth called cavities. Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth. These bacteria make a sticky substance called plaque that can eat away at a tooth’s enamel. Poor oral hygiene can raise your child’s risk for tooth decay.

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  • Dental caries (operative dentistry) - SlideShare

    2019-4-3 · dental caries (operative dentistry) 1. presented by: dr. vipul arora (mds 3rd yr) kd dental college 2. introduction history epidemiology definition & classification etiology histogenesis of dental caries histopathology of dental caries …

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  • Nutritional Assessment and Oral Health - Decisions in ...

    2016-8-1 · Dental caries is a disease in which the acid produced by oral microorganisms dissolves enamel or dentin in a specific location. Oral pathogens cannot ferment proteins, fats or nonnutritive sweeteners, such as aspartame and sucralose. 1 As such, carbohydrates are considered cariogenic, while proteins, fats and nonnutritive …

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  • Dental Caries and Beverage Consumption in Young

    2003-9-1 · Objective. Dental caries is a common, chronic disease of childhood. The impact of contemporary changes in beverage patterns, specifically decreased milk intakes and increased 100% juice and soda pop intakes, on dental caries in young children is unknown. We describe associations among caries experience and intakes of dairy …

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  • Dental considerations in patients with respiratory

    2011-7-9 · caries as a side effect of the treatment received. A pos-The search was limited to articles in English and Spanish, published in dental journals within the last 10 years. Results CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a ge-neral term used in reference to respiratory disorders …

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  • Editorial Prevention of dental caries through the use

    dental caries The use of fl uoride for population based prevention of dental caries has been endorsed offi cially by WHO since the late 1960s. The policy on automatic administration of fl uoride is emphasized by several World Health As-sembly (WHA) Resolutions, i.e. WHA22.30 (1969) and WHA28.64 (1975) on fl uoridation and dental …

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  • IMPROVING DENTAL CARE AND ORAL HEALTH A

    2014-2-18 · Data source/s: Health and Social Care Information Centre Hospital Episode Statistics, Dentistry Topic of Interest Report The number of 'dental caries‘ FAEs as a primary diagnosis increases along with increasing socio- economic deprivation. Amongst the least deprived 10% of the population 31.9% of FAEs for dental procedures were due to 'caries',

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  • Oral microbial biofilms: an update

    2019-8-1 · Human oral cavity (mouth) hosts a complex microbiome consisting of bacteria, archaea, protozoa, fungi and viruses. These bacteria are responsible for two common diseases of the human mouth including periodontal (gum) and dental caries (tooth decay). Dental caries is caused by plaques, which are a community of microorganisms …

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  • Classification of dental diseases using hyperspectral ...

    2019-3-1 · Such a simple, low cost, safe opto-imaging system can generate a series of reconstructed images, providing the dentist by a non-invasive, easy to use diagnostic tool, with the ability of detecting and quantifying the suspected tooth lesions and ultimately eliminating or decreasing any surgical interference of caries removal.

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  • ICCMS: ICDAS

    ICDAS is a simple, logical, evidence-based system for detection and classification of caries in dental education, clinical practice, dental research, and dental public health. It moves the profession away from …

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  • Dental Caries PPT Flashcards

    Dental Caries Incidence In US dental caries is most common chronic disease in childhood (41% between ages of 2-11). Among dentate adults 20-64, 92% have caries …

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  • Dental Caries and Beverage Consumption in Young

    2003-9-1 · Objective. Dental caries is a common, chronic disease of childhood. The impact of contemporary changes in beverage patterns, specifically decreased milk intakes and increased 100% juice and soda pop intakes, on dental caries in young children is unknown. We describe associations among caries experience and intakes of dairy …

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  • Preventive Dentistry - an overview

    Mark E. Moss DDS, PhD, Domenick T. Zero DDS, MS, in Burt and Eklund's Dentistry, Dental Practice, and the Community, 2021 The NPDDP found that the effectiveness of fluoride mouthrinsing was poor both in overall results 76 and in separate assessments of first-grade children with high and low caries increments. 42 Earlier reviews by the NPDDP …

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  • Transillumination Is Used To Detect :** A. Intrinsic

    Description : for dental caries to progress in dentine, A. the dentine must contain soluble collagen B. enamel must contain glycoproteins C. diet must contain simple carbohydrate D. diet must contain polysaccharides E. pulp must contain complement. Answer : C. diet must contain simple carbohydrate

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  • IMPROVING DENTAL CARE AND ORAL HEALTH A

    2014-2-18 · Data source/s: Health and Social Care Information Centre Hospital Episode Statistics, Dentistry Topic of Interest Report The number of 'dental caries‘ FAEs as a primary diagnosis increases along with increasing socio- economic deprivation. Amongst the least deprived 10% of the population 31.9% of FAEs for dental procedures were due to 'caries',

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  • Sensitivity and Specificity A Caries Example

    2015-7-16 · examined truly has caries, then every time a clinician classifies a tooth has having caries from the bitewing, the diagnosis will be correct. Conversely, the lower the disease probability, the more likely a positive diagnostic test (e.g., a caries lesion as diagnosed on a bitewing) is a false positive.

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  • Section 6: Pathophysiology of Caries Process and ...

    2011-5-4 · Many variables can contribute to the caries process. Caries develops when there is a susceptible tooth exposed to pathogenic flora (bacteria) in the presence of substrate (the surface on which an organism grows). Under these conditions, the bacteria metabolize substrate to form acid, which decalcifies teeth.

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  • Prevalence of Dental Caries and Its Associated Factors ...

    2021-3-15 · Background . Dental caries (decay or cavities) is a breakdown of teeth as a result of bacteria. Dental caries is one of the preventable oral health problems and the most common chronic diseases in childhood. Poor dental and oral health affect the quality of children’s life. Objectives . To estimate the prevalence of dental caries and its associated factors among primary school children …

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  • Predictive Model for Caries Risk Based on

    2018-11-9 · Dental caries in pediatric patients continues to be a serious health problem even though its prevalence has been reduced since 1960. Nevertheless, recent reports from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) state that 23 percent of 2-5 year olds and 56 percent of 6-8 year olds experienced decay in their primary teeth.

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  • Use of Silver Diamine Fluoride for Dental Caries ...

    2017-7-10 · Use of Silver Diamine Fluoride for Dental Caries Management in Children and Adolescents, Including Those with Special Health Care Needs Yasmi O. Crystal, DMD, MSc, FAAPD 1 • Abdullah A. Marghalani, BDS, MSD, DrPH 2 • Steven D. Ureles, DMD, MS 3 • John Timothy Wright, DMD, MS 4 •

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  • FLUOROSIS FACTS - I Like My Teeth

    2015-12-17 · Fluorosis versus Caries: Dental caries remains the most preventable chronic disease among children. After assessing a child’s overall exposure to fluoride from multiple sources, health professionals can help families: 1.Understand factors that place children at risk for dental caries and oral disease. (See the AAP Oral Health Risk …

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  • Oral health and dental care in the U.S. - Statistics ...

    Oral health is an important, but often overlooked and underrated aspect of a person’s general health. Common oral diseases and conditions include tooth decay or dental cavities or caries, bad ...

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  • The Hall Technique: a pilot trial of a novel use of ...

    2000-12-19 · available supporting its use, the technique cannot be recommended for use outside a clinical trial. Introduction: Dental decay in primary teeth is a significant health problem. Scottish children have the highest decay rates in Europe, with 52% of 5-year-olds having at least one decayed tooth (O'Brien, 1994).

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  • Chapter 13 Dental Caries Flashcards

    Simple carbohydrates, such as sucrose,fructose,lactose, and glucose. Incipient caries. Tooth decay that is beginning to form or become apparent. ... If the dentist were trying to identify dental caries on interproximal tooth surfaces, what would be the best method to use. False. Stained occlusal pits and grooves usually indicate the presence of ...

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  • (PDF) Essentials of Dental Caries The Disease and Its ...

    Essentials of Dental Caries The Disease and Its Management, 3rd Ed (Kidd, Essentials of Dental Caries) Thao Dang Thi Nhu. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper.

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  • Fluoride Use in Caries Prevention in the Primary Care ...

    2014-9-1 · Dental caries remains the most common chronic disease of childhood in the United States. Caries is a largely preventable condition, and fluoride has proven effectiveness in the prevention of caries. The goals of this clinical report are to clarify the use of available fluoride modalities for caries prevention in the primary care setting and to assist pediatricians in using fluoride …

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  • Dental applications of ozone therapy: A review of ...

    2017-1-1 · Since more than 100 years medical grade ozone has been used as one of the non-medication methods of treatment. The first dentist to use ozone therapy in his practice was E.A. Fisch in the 1930’s, to aid in disinfection and wound healing during dental surgeries. 5 The main use of ozone in dentistry relays on its antimicrobial …

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  • A Practical Guide to Infant Oral Health - American

    2004-12-1 · Early childhood caries is the most common chronic disease in young children and may develop as soon as teeth erupt. Bacteria, predominately mutans streptococci, metabolize simple sugars to produce ...

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  • Dental Caries and Beverage Consumption in Young

    2003-9-1 · Objective. Dental caries is a common, chronic disease of childhood. The impact of contemporary changes in beverage patterns, specifically decreased milk intakes and increased 100% juice and soda pop intakes, on dental caries in young children is unknown. We describe associations among caries experience and intakes of dairy …

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  • Frequency of Dental Caries & Oral Hygiene Practices

    2018-2-15 · Dental caries is believed a leading public health dilemma worldwide owing to its high incidence and considerable social impact.11 WHO (World Health Organization) highlights that 60% to 90% of adults and school children have experienced dental caries worldwide, with the disease being most widespread in Latin American and Asian …

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  • Incorporation of zwitterionic materials into light

    2019-12-20 · While the prevalence of dental caries has decreased, it is still a significant oral health problem 1, and cavity prevention is regarded as a priority for dental services as it is considered to be ...

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  • Effect of TiF4 varnish on microbiological changes and ...

    2018-10-12 · Dental caries is the most prevalent oral disease [] caused by microbial biofilm accumulations over the tooth surfaces.In fact, dental biofilms are formed by a community of microorganisms growing over the tooth surface, embedded in an extracellular matrix of host and microbial origin [].A large variety of microorganisms present in the dental biofilm are involved in caries …

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  • Diet and dental caries - SlideShare

    2017-12-12 · diet and dental caries 1. diet and dental caries dr. harshmir nagra 2. contents introduction terminology classification of foods food guide pyramid etiology of dental caries effects of nutrtion on dental caries studies providing evidence for the relationship between diet and dental caries diet counselling fornprevention of dental caries …

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  • How Long Do Dental Fillings Last? - Health and

    2020-10-4 · Dental fillings are hard filling substances (such as gold, silver, ceramic) used to repair decayed or damaged teeth. They fill holes caused by tooth damage. The durability and lifetime of dental fillings depends on the type of dental filling used. There are many types of filling substances.

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  • Recommendations for Using Fluoride to Prevent and

    Widespread use of fluoride has been a major factor in the decline in the prevalence and severity of dental caries (i.e., tooth decay) in the United States and other economically developed countries. When used appropriately, fluoride is both safe and effective in preventing and controlling dental caries.

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  • Tooth Decay (Caries or Cavities) in Children

    2021-8-24 · Tooth decay is the breakdown of tooth enamel. It can lead to holes in the teeth called cavities. Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth. These bacteria make a sticky substance called plaque that can eat away at a tooth’s enamel. Poor oral hygiene can raise your child’s risk for tooth decay.

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  • Dental (Odontogenic) Pain - PubMed Central (PMC)

    The role of all medical personnel in improving oral health in children is being recognised 2. Caries is preventable using fluoride toothpaste and simple dietary advice such as reducing the frequency of sugar intake. Despite this, the numbers of children undergoing general anaesthetic for dental extractions due to caries continues to increase 3,4.

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  • Sugars and tooth decay - Action on Sugar

    2021-8-16 · Sugar and tooth decay: Sugars in food and drinks play a major role in the development of dental caries. Bacteria within the plaque use the sugar as energy and release acid as a waste product, which gradually dissolves the enamel in the teeth [1]. In 2010, the World Health Organisation (WHO) commissioned a systematic literature …

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  • BRIX3000 - BRIX3000® GLOBAL

    Brix3000® is a medical device product for dentists based on enzymatic technology and specially designed for the atraumatic caries removal, i.e. without the use of anesthesia and reducing the use of turbines. This is an innocuous water-based gel which is totally safe for any kind of patient as it does not contain toxic or irritating components.

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  • Dental applications of ozone therapy: A review of ...

    2017-1-1 · Since more than 100 years medical grade ozone has been used as one of the non-medication methods of treatment. The first dentist to use ozone therapy in his practice was E.A. Fisch in the 1930’s, to aid in disinfection and wound healing during dental surgeries. 5 The main use of ozone in dentistry relays on its antimicrobial …

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  • Dental Caries and Beverage Consumption in Young

    2003-9-1 · Objective. Dental caries is a common, chronic disease of childhood. The impact of contemporary changes in beverage patterns, specifically decreased milk intakes and increased 100% juice and soda pop intakes, on dental caries in young children is unknown. We describe associations among caries experience and intakes of dairy …

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  • Management of dental caries - SlideShare

    2015-4-27 · Management of dental caries 1. Cariology is a science which deals with the study of etiology, histopathology, epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental caries. Dental caries is defined as a …

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  • The effect of smoking on caries-related microorganisms

    Other than planktonic bacteria in saliva, dental plaque, which is the preferred living medium for bacteria, plays a key role in caries development. It provides a suitable environment for bacteria to grow, metabolize and reproduce, promotes bacteria to adhere to the tooth surface, allows interactions among different microorganisms and helps to ...

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  • Considerations in designing a system for developing

    Denial caries has been defined in medical dictionaries as follows: The lysr.ofhydroxy- apatite-like crystals in enamel, cementum, s-nd dentire, by acids of bacterial origin with subsequent loss of the organic matrices In other texts caries has been called primarily a lesion of the enamel and dentine, les;, fre- quently of tlie rool cementum.

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