2 edition of Lability of inogranic phosphate in dental plaque and saliva found in the catalog.
Lability of inogranic phosphate in dental plaque and saliva
in Turku, Finland
Written in English
|Series||Acta odontologica Scandinavica -- v. 22. Supplementum 41|
|LC Classifications||RK290 L86|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
Plaque. Dental biofilm or plaque is a causative factor for caries and periodontal disease. Dental biofilm is an almost colourless sticky bacterial film, which adheres to the tooth surface. It is not removed by rinsing with water. The accumulation of dental biofilm or plaque around the gum margin leads to the development of gingivitis in most. Plaque contains bacteria, which following a meal or snack containing sugar can release acids that attack tooth enamel. Repeated attacks can cause the enamel to break down, eventually resulting in cavities. Plaque that is not removed with thorough daily brushing and cleaning between teeth can eventually harden into calculus or tartar.
Collection of pooled plaque and unstimulated saliva was done before and after the drinks were consumed by the subjects at 5-, , and minute intervals. Results: The pH rise was higher with group C for plaque and group B for saliva. Conclusions: Modification of the test carbonated beverage with calcium phosphate and fluoride may exert. Saliva and other oral fluids (e.g., oral mucosal cellular secretions, and gingival crevicular fluid) support the health of soft and hard tissues in the oral cavity. 1, 2 The protective functions of saliva include maintaining a neutral oral pH, cleaning and remineralizing teeth, facilitating swallowing and digestion, and protecting oral tissue against desiccation and invasion by microorganisms.
Dental plaque is the main cause of cavities and gum disease, and can harden into tartar if not removed daily. Visit to learn about tooth plaque and all the techniques and products that will help you prevent plaque from causing tooth decay. Carbohydrate clearance, plaque pH, and saliva pH resulting from eating foods containing high levels of sugar or starch were measured in the same experimental runs on the same test by:
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Background and Objectives: This study was designed to compare inorganic salivary calcium, phosphate, flow rate and pH of un-stimulated saliva and oral hygiene of healthy subjects, patients with periodontitis and dental caries and to correlate salivary calcium level. The multiple functions of saliva play a significant role in the prevention of dental caries.
g gum is known to stimulate sali-vary flow, and the results of studies of the role of stimu-lated saliva in the oral clearance of food particles, neutralization of dental plaque acids and reduction of the incidence of dental caries have been.
Saliva plays a significant role in maintaining oral health, helping to build and maintain the health of soft and hard tissues. When saliva flow is reduced, oral health problems such as dental Cited by: Plaque that has hardened into tartar will have to be removed by a dental professional. Your dentist or oral hygienist can remove it when you have a regular dental checkup and cleaning.
Dental plaque Defined as a specific but highly variable structural entity resulting from sequential colonization of micro-organisms on the tooth surfaces, restorations & other parts of oral cavity & consists of mucin, desquamated epithelial cells, debris & micro organisms all embedded in the gelatinous extra cellular matrix.
Fluoride is one of the major constituents of saliva to control caries activity. The fluoride concentration in saliva is usually low, in the range of µm but increases in fluoridated areas.
Salivary fluoride will diffuse into the dental plaque where some of. Dental plaque is a biofilm or mass of bacteria that grows on surfaces within the is a sticky colorless deposit at first, but when it forms tartar, it is often brown or pale is commonly found between the teeth, on the front of teeth, behind teeth, on chewing surfaces, along the gumline, or below the gumline cervical margins.
Dental plaque is also known as microbial plaque. When saliva, food and fluids combine, plaque - which contains bacteria - forms between your teeth and along the gum line. Dental plaque begins forming on teeth hours after brushing, which is why it is so important to brush thoroughly at least twice a day and floss daily.
Biochemistry of the Dental Plaque ISRAEL KLEINBERG (Biochemistry) Department of Oral Biology University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada I. Introduction I I. and phosphate deposits b y the plaque bacteria m a y provide nucleators for the precipitation of ionic calcium and phosphate reaching the plaque from saliva.
Third, the matrix containing Cited by: Saliva plays an important role in the development and maintenance of a healthy plaque biofilm. Proteins from saliva enable the biofilm to attach to the tooth's surface. After a tooth is cleaned, its enamel surfaces quickly become coated with a salivary protein film, the pellicle.
Dental erosion can have a symptom of hypersensitivity. Decreased unstimulated salivary flow can also lead to a lower pH level in the mouth and a higher number of acidogenic bacteria in saliva and plaque Checking for the consistency of saliva is important as well.
Saliva is naturally composed of 90 percent water and should look like water. Dental Plaque Revisited: Oral Biofilms in Health and Disease ; Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Royal College of Physicians, London November, H. Newman, Michael Wilson BioLine, - Biofilms - pages.
Saliva and Dental Plaque Article Literature Review in Advances in Dental Research 14(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Dental plaque is being redefined as oral biofilm. Diverse overlapping microbial consortia are present on all oral tissues.
Unit 5 Periodontics: Composition and Formation of Microbial Dental Plaque and Calculus Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. This is an X-ray diffraction study of the mineral phases in saliva and early dental plaque. The salivas studied came from patients with cystic fibrosis (CF), those with asthma, and heavy and light calculus formers.
One-week old plaque was studied from individuals who are heavy, moderate, and light calculus by: 4. A film that attaches to teeth, often causing DENTAL CARIES and GINGIVITIS.
It is composed of MUCINS, secreted from salivary glands, and | Review and cite DENTAL PLAQUE protocol, troubleshooting. Dental plaque (not to be confused with the lipid-containing plaque found in arteries) is a mass of bacteria and sticky polymers that shield the tooth from saliva and the tongue, thereby facilitating decay.
All dietary forms of sugar, including honey, molasses, brown sugar, and corn syrup, Read More; gingivitis. Dental plaque is a sticky, soft and almost colorless layer of bacteria that constantly builds up on the surfaces of teeth and gums.
It is comprised of colonies of bacteria and other microorganisms mixed with bacteria by-products, saliva, dead cells and food residuals. Therefore, control of the dental plaque biofilm is a major objective of dental professionals and critical to the maintenance of optimal oral health.
This article reviews the characteristics of dental biofilm, its role in the etiology of periodontal diseases, and strategies for controlling the biofilm to promote health.
Changing Views of Dental Cited by: The structure of dental plaque refers to the manner in which the elements of dental plaque, predom- inantly bacteria, are organized and interrelated. Although this definition may suggest a vision of a rather static assembly of microorganisms content- edly sticking to a File Size: 2MB.Remineralization can take over to halt or arrest the demineralization process.
Saliva and fluoride provide protective factors in promoting remineralization. Fluoride therapy is an essential part of the protocol in dental caries control.