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Dental caries causes

The weakened enamel then collapses to form a cavity and the tooth is progressively destroyed. Caries can also attack the roots of teeth should they become exposed by gum recession. This is more common in older adults. Dental caries is caused by the action of acids on the enamel surface. The acid is produced when ...

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Dental caries in children

Infants' teeth begin to erupt around the age of 6 months, but some children do not have their first tooth until 12 to 14 months. Most children have their first full set of teeth by age 3. These primary teeth are susceptible to decay as soon as they appear in the oral cavity, and dental caries matter more than most people think.

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Dental caries are caused by

The weakened enamel then collapses to form a cavity and the tooth is progressively destroyed. Caries can also attack the roots of teeth should they become exposed by gum recession. This is more common in older adults. Dental caries is caused by the action of acids on the enamel surface. The acid is produced when ...

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Dental caries are also known as

Early childhood caries (ECC), also known as "baby bottle caries," "baby bottle tooth decay" or "bottle rot," is a pattern of decay found in young children with their deciduous (baby) teeth. This must include the presence of at least one carious lesion on a primary tooth in a child ...

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Dental caries articles

Dental Caries High Impact List of Articles PPts Journals 1662.

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Dental caries antibiotics

4 Jan 2018 ... Infections of the teeth have plagued humans constantly, despite a quest for better oral hygiene. As early as 200 BCE, a bronze wire root canal filling was found in the skull of a Nabataean warrior.

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Dental caries and periodontal disease

These bacteria live in bacterial communities known as dental plaque which accumulates on the tooth surface. For almost a century it was believed that any bacterial community on the tooth surface could cause decay, and treatment was almost exclusively the mechanical ...

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Dental caries and sugar

Root caries (decay): progressive lesions found on the root surface or the cemento -enamel junction; most frequently seen on roots of teeth with gingival recession. Sweets: foods that retain some naturally occurring sugars or contain large amounts of added sugars. Sugar: refers to sucrose only (for the purpose of this paper).

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Dental caries and diabetes

Objective: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a common chronic disease and it has emerged as a major health-care problem. There are more chances of dentinal caries among diabetics than nondiabetics. DM is responsible for causing ascendancy in the proportion and activity of saliva that impacts the oral health. The objective of ...

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Dental caries and quality of life

Eur J Oral Sci. 2015 Apr;123(2):88-95. doi: 10.1111/eos.12166. Epub 2014 Dec 30. Impact of dental caries on quality of life among preschool children: emphasis on the type of tooth and stages of progression. Ramos-Jorge J(1), Alencar BM, Pordeus IA, Soares ME, Marques LS, Ramos-Jorge ML, Paiva SM.

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