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Mechanisms of dental caries.
|Statement||Conference Cochairmen: Jerome F. Fredrick and Murray L. Schole. Authors: Theodore X. Barber [and others] Editor: Harold E. Whipple.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v.131, art.2, pp. 685-930., Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 131, art. 2, pp. 685-930.|
|Contributions||Fredrick, Jerome F., Schole, Murray L., Barber, Theodore Xenophon, 1927-, New York Academy of Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
All of the following are mechanisms of action of fluoride in the prevention of caries EXCEPT one. Which of the following actions of fluoride is not associated with the prevention of caries? a. inhibits demineralization b. passes through diffusion channels to increase acid levels c. enhances reminerralization d. inhibits bacteria in the biofilm. Dental Caries: A Current Understanding and Implications Ryan L. Quock Department of Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontics, University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston, Houston, TX , USA Dental caries continues to be one of the most prevalent chronic diseases worldwide. A multi-factorial disease that involves tooth.
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The scientific community did not listen much but today, dental researchers are revisiting these host mechanisms on the problems of dental caries, with different approaches and molecular biology. So it is with great satisfaction that I sincerely recommend this book for publication. : Paperback. Essentials of dental caries, fourth edition Kidd, Fejerskov important to stress that public water fluoridation is the most cost-effective way of obtaining a caries reduction to everyone in a society in a passive way, by which is meant that individual in not required to actively do anything to Size: 55KB.
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The mechanism of dental caries David F. Mitchell, D.D.S., Ph.D. Professor and chairman of the department of oral diagnosis, Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis Professor and chairman of the department of oral diagnosis, Indiana University School of Dentistry Indianapolis by: 4.
This paper gives the definition of dental caries, its importance, and introductory remarks on enamel structure and composition. Four different approaches on the mechanisms of the acid interaction with dental enamel are discussed: a) the semipermeable membrane mechanism, in which a pH drop in the enamel is thought to be due to large positively Cited by: Understanding Dental Caries: Etiology and Mechanisms: Basic and Clinical Aspects [Nikiforuk, Gordon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Understanding Dental Caries: Etiology and Mechanisms: Basic and Clinical AspectsFormat: Hardcover. First published inDental Caries: The Disease and Its Clinical Management has become the leading resource on cariology.
In this highly anticipated new edition, the editors maintain the same focus on high-level coverage of the disease etiology and process, clinical management best-practice, and wider public health issues connected with dental caries management, including an enhanced focus Cited by: Caries and oral mucosal and periodontal diseases are the major cause of oral health problems.
They are prevalent in all ages and demographic and socioeconomic groups. Irrespective of geographic location in the world, both males and females are affected from the condition. Dental caries’ etiology has four main factors: bacteria, time, susceptible tooth surface, and fermentable : Lubna Tahir, Rabia Nazir.
This book provides information to the readers starting with the history of oral hygiene manners, and modern oral hygiene practices. It continues with the prevalence and etiology of caries and remedy of caries through natural sources. Etiology of secondary caries in prosthetic restorations and the relationship between orthodontic treatment and caries is addressed.
An update of early childhood Cited by: 1. Essentials of dental caries, fourth edition, provides a comprehensive coverage of the essentials of dental caries. Central to caries control management, the non-operative treatment of caries, for Author: Bruce Spittle.
Dental Pulp Defence and Repair Mechanisms in Dental Caries Jean-ChristopheFarges, 1,2,3 BrigitteAlliot-Licht, 4 EmmanuelleRenard, 4 MaximeDucret, 1,2,3 AlexisGaudin, 45 5. The second edition of Dental Caries: the Disease and its Clinical Management builds on the success of the prestigious first edition to present an unrivaled resource on cariology.
The clinical thrust of the first edition is widened and strengthened to include coverage of the disease in all its variety, from eruption of the first primary tooth to the prevalent forms of the disease in older patients.
Dental caries, or tooth decay, is an infectious disease of the dentition characterized by localized destruction of the tooth. Organic acids produced by tooth-dwelling bacteria dissolve the mineralized tissues of the tooth, and the resulting carious lesion progresses inward from the tooth surface.
Dental Pulp Defence and Repair Mechanisms in Dental Caries Jean-Christophe Farges, 1,2,3 Brigitte Alliot-Licht, 4 Emmanuelle Renard, 4 Maxime Ducret, 1,2,3 Alexis Gaudin, 4 Anthony J. Smith, 5 and. C3 (caries reaching the dental pulp) Caries has reached the dental pulp (nerve) The hole on the tooth surface is not necessarily large, but can be spreading within [Symptoms] Severe pain: C4 (caries leaving only the tooth roots) Caries has caused almost the entire tooth crown (the visible part above the gum) to collapse, leaving only the tooth.
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.
Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme SDcep Prevention and Management of Dental Caries in Children Guidance in Brief April DENTAL CARIES A5 1 22/03/ One of the largest libraries of free dental books, journals and videos.
Understanding Dental Caries, Vol. 1: Etiology and Mechanisms % Early in the genesis of this book, it became apparent that one person cannot assimilate all the literature on dental caries.
Understanding Dental Caries: Etiology and mechanisms, basic and clinical aspects. Gordon Nikiforuk. Karger, - Medical - pages.
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Tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria. The cavities may be a number of different colors from yellow to black. Symptoms may include pain and difficulty with eating. Complications may include inflammation of the tissue around the tooth, tooth loss, and infection or abscess formation.
The cause of cavities is acid from Pronunciation: Caries /ˈkɛəriːz/. VISUAL EXAMINATION OF DENTAL CARIES • The first clinical sign of caries: a chalky and matte whitish surface. • this white spot is a porous surface that can easily be stained into brown or black discoloration by chromogens from foods; thus, a caries lesion can be seen either as a white or as a brown/black spot lesion.
This book is a well-illustrated and comprehensive guide to the etiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, clinical management, and prevention of dental caries. Current challenging problems in the field are analyzed, and the latest research findings, presented.
This review investigates the mechanisms of bioactive glass on the management of dental caries. Four databases (PubMed, Web of Science, EMBASE (via Ovid), Medline (via Ovid)) were systematically searched using broad keywords and terms to identify the literature pertaining to the management of dental caries using “bioactive glass”.Cited by: 1.
Therefore, promoting the resolution of pulp inflammation may provide a valuable therapeutic opportunity to ensure the sustainability of dental treatments. This paper focusses on key cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in pulp responses to bacteria and in the pulpal transition between caries-induced inflammation and dentinogenic-based by: Dental conference II Dental Caries Seok-Woo Lee, DDS, MS, PhD Division of Periodontics Dental Caries Demineralization of the tooth surface caused by bacteria.
Seok-Woo Lee, DDS, MS, PhD J 2 Chemicoparasitic theory (): microbiological basis of dental caries Proposed in by W. D. Miller in his book File Size: KB.The book is divided into six main sections: An overview of the disease and its prevalence The caries lesion and its biological determinants Diagnosis Controlling dental caries Operative intervention Caries control in special populations With contributions from international experts in research and clinical practice, the third edition of Dental.