1 edition of Caries-resistant teeth found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by G.E.W. Wolstenholme and Maeve O"Connor.|
|Series||Ciba Foundation symposia|
|Contributions||Wolstenholme, G. E. W. 1913-, O"Connor, Maeve., Ciba Foundation.|
E-Books for dental PGs. Surgery, Online Book Version Practical Periodontal Plastic Surgery, Dibart Online Version Implant Restorations: A Step-by-Step Drago Caries-Resistant Teeth Foundation ve dentistry & Endodontics Osseointegration and . Page 26— Dental Caries. Dental caries is the localized demineralization of the tooth surface caused by organic acid metabolites of oral microorganisms such as Streptococcus disease leads to a chronic, progressive destruction of the teeth.
2. Care of deciduous teeth is of utmost importance. These help in the development of jaws, speech, mastication, and aesthetics and also in an eruption of permanent teeth avoiding malalignment of teeth. 3. Diet rich in Vit A, C, and D Ca, P and traces of fluoride helps to form strong, caries resistant teeth. Enamel may appear white and chalky, lusterless, opaque, with zones of yellow to dark brown discoloration. Uncommonly, deep, irregular, brownish pits may represent enamel condition appears in a bilaterally symmetrical distribution. The teeth are generally caries : Mary A. Aubertin.
The distinct, non-shedding structure of teeth (smooth surfaces, pits and fissures, proximal sites and exposed root surfaces) enables large masses of microbes to accumulate as dental plaque biofilm Cited by: The occlusal surfaces of partly and fully erupted first right permanent molars were examined with respect to the occurrence and distribution of plaque and dental caries in a group of 57 six- to eight-year-old by:
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If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: The significance of epidemiological studies in relation to caries resistance / G.N. Davies --Heredity in relation to caries resistance / Sidney B.
Finn --The distribution of caries resistance in relation to tooth surfaces / Otto Backer Dirks --Caries resistance in experimental animals / Klaus G.
König. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages illustrations 21 cm: Contents: Chairman's opening remarks / R. Sognnaes --The significance of epidemiological studies in relation to caries resistance / G. Davies --Heredity in relation to caries resistance / S. Finn --The distribution of caries resistance in relation to tooth surfaces / O.
Backer Dirks --Caries. Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk : A. Hitchin. Considerations of genetic, epidemiologic, dietary, microbiologic, and structural factors pertinent to development of and resistance to dental caries.
Description. This volume contains the proceedings of a symposium held in June to discuss the concept of caries resistance. This path-breaking volume is the electronic version of the printed volume originally published in The study included people divided in subgroups according to age with both intact teeth and teeth affected by caries.
Age-related differences were observed and the development of compensatory. The caries resistance of human teeth is determined by the spatial arrangement of hydroxyapatite microcrystals in the enamel.
Cevc G, Cevc P, Schara M, Skaleric U. Teeth from different people differ in their susceptibility to by: Caries Management - Science and Clinical Practice - Ebook written by Hendrik Meyer-Lueckel, Sebastian Paris, Kim Ekstrand.
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National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International Author: A. Hitchin. Their results, presented in the cited paper [ 28 ], were analysed only for making distinction between caries-sensitive and caries-resistant teeth, and it is hard to decide how many polynomials are.
In examined caries teeth, the molars were the most significantly affected at 45%. Regarding the distribution of caries within individual teeth, the first and second maxillary molars were most susceptible to caries at %, while the mandibular central incisors were Cited by: Starting with a discussion of numerical and formative anomalies and unusual eruption, the book goes on to consider caries, erosion, resorption and toothwear, as well as tooth fractures and discolouration, and ends with a chapter on congenital syndromes with dental anomalies.
teeth as for healthy bones. In a New Zealand study, it was found that caries-resistant teeth had on average twice the amount of magnesium as caries-prone teeth. The average concentration of magnesium phosphate in bones is given as about per cent, in teeth about per cent, in elephant tusks per cent and in the teeth ofFile Size: 54KB.
Dental caries 1. DENTAL CARIES 2. Dental caries and periodontal disease are probably the most common chronic disease in the world. Although caries has affected humans since prehistoric times, the prevalence of this disease has gently increased in modern times on a world while basis, an increase strongly associated with dietary change.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: A. Hitchin. Fluoridation to 'prevent dental caries' is covered in chapter VII. He says that J. Crichton-Browne first postulated - in - that 'fluorides should be abundantly available in the food of children so that they might develop hard dental enamel and caries-resistant teeth'.
More on Mr. Crichton-Browne here: [ ] Draw your own conclusions 3/5. Teeth with clinically evident fluorosis are caries resistant and demonstrate areas of white opaque enamel that may exhibit intermixed areas of yellow or brown discoloration.
In severe fluorosis, irregular brownish depressed areas of defective surface enamel may be seen, which has been termed mottled enamel. This chapter deals with the prevention of dental caries by increasing the resistance of the tooth. Increasing the resistance of the tooth to carious dissolution will be dealt with under three specific headings.
The topical application of fluoride agents is a Cited by: 2. Dental fluorosis is a pathologic condition characterized by hypomineralization of the enamel due to excessive exposure to fluoride during enamel mineralization.
The level of hypomineralization and clinical appearance of the fluorotic enamel varies from mild to severe (Fig. ) and is partially determined by the amount of fluoride in the individual's serum during amelogenesis.In the study cited, it was shown that a group of caries resistant teeth contained on the average twice as much magnesium as those in a comparable group that were caries-prone.
There can be little doubt that it was actually the magnesium that strengthened the teeth, yet the magnesium could not have gotten into the teeth to strengthen them if it.The professional application of fluoride during the hygiene appointment will contribute to strong, caries resistant teeth.
3 Fluoride application will also help with remineralisation and prevention of caries in the cementum (root surfaces). 3 As we age, we may have a few areas of recession appear and these can be from brushing too hard at one.