4 edition of Dental plaque found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Hubert N. Newman.|
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|Pagination||xiv, 102 p. :|
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Introduction to dental plaque. Dental plaque is a complex community of micro-organisms that forms on the surfaces of teeth and restorations and has been implicated as the primary etiological factor in the development of periodontal diseases 1, 2. Dental plaque (the biofilm) is remarkably stable in its composition of microbes despite mechanical abrasion (tooth cleaning and flossing) and dental cleanings by the hygiene team. But once it becomes unstable (a process called dysbiosis), dental disease (dental decay or gum disease) can commence.
Plaque is a sticky film containing millions of bacteria that collects and builds up on your teeth. The bacteria in dental plaque are what can cause cavities in teeth, tooth decay and even gum disease if you don’t remove the plaque regularly by . Music & Songs: Dental Health. #N#Are Your Teeth Clean and White added Original Author Unknown. Sung to: "Do Your Ears Hang Low!" Are your teeth clean and white? Do you brush them every night? Do you brush them in the morning? Do you brush them right? Do you brush them side to side? Are your teeth clean and white? Do you floss them good.
While good dental hygiene can go a long way toward preventing plaque, it’s almost impossible to eliminate every bit of plaque from hard-to-reach nooks and crevices within teeth. This is why it’s so important to visit your dentist for professional dental plaque removal. The Difference between Tartar and Plaque. / J of IMAB. , vol. 18, book 4/ DOI: /jimab ACIDITY OF UNSTIMULATED SALIVA AND DENTAL PLAQUE IN ASTHMATICS, TREATED WITH INHALED CORTICOSTEROIDS AND LONG-ACTING SYMPATHICOMIMETICS Emilia Karova 1, George Christoff 2 1) Department of Conservative Dentistry, Faculty of Dental Medicine.
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Gingivitis is extremely common, and is manifested clinically as bleeding of the gingival or gum tissues without evidence of bone loss or deep periodontal pockets. Pocketing is the term given to the pathologic loss of tissue between the tooth and the gingiva, creating spaces that are filled by dental plaque (Figure ).
Periodontitis occurs when the plaque-induced inflammatory. Sugarbug Doug is a children’s book written and illustrated by a dentist to help children learn what causes dental disease.
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With the variety of toothbrushes on the market, the question arises, which toothbrush is best suited to maintain oral health. This thematic review focuses first on plaque formation mechanisms and then on the plaque removal effectiveness of ultrasonic toothbrushes and their potential in preventing oral diseases like periodontitis, gingivitis, and caries.
Dental plaque is an archetypical biofilm composed of a complex microbial community. It is Dental plaque book aetiological agent Dental plaque book major dental diseases such as dental caries and periodontal disease. The clinical picture of these dental diseases is a net result of the cross-talk between the pathogenic dental plaque biofilm and the host tissue response.
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Scientists Delve Into Neanderthal Dental Plaque to Understand How They Lived and Ate The plaque that coated Neanderthal teeth is shedding new light on how our ancestors ate, self-medicated and Author: Ben Panko. Dental Tools Smile Dent Pro Kit, Stainless Steel Dental Scaler, Mouth Mirror, Tarter Scraper, Tooth Pick, Tweezers, Plaque And Calculus Remover Dentist Hygiene Instruments Set For Home & Pet Oral Use out of 5 stars 3, 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.
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Dental plaque is the principal etiological agent of most periodontal diseases. Effective preventive strategies are antimicrobial, with the preponderance of scientific evidence supporting the physical removal of dental plaque through personal oral hygiene. Plaque develops when foods containing carbohydrates (sugars and starches), such as milk, soft drinks, raisins, cakes, or candy are frequently left on the teeth.
Ask your dentist if a dental. 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 solid surface, nothing could be further from the Size: 2MB. Dental caries and dental plaque are among the most common diseases worldwide, and are caused by a mixture of microorganisms and food debris.
Specific types of acid-producing bacteria, especially Streptococcus mutans, colonize the dental surface and cause damage to the hard tooth structure in the presence of fermentable carbohydrates e.g., sucrose Cited by: Dental Plaque Revisited: Oral Biofilms in Health and Disease ; Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Royal College of Physicians, London November, Editors: H.
Newman, Michael Wilson: Contributors: BioLine, Cardiff University of Wales. School of Biosciences: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: BioLine, Original from: the University of Michigan.
COMPOSITION OF DENTAL PLAQUE • Dental plaque is composed primarily of microorganisms. • These organisms exist within an intercellular matrix. 18 BIOFILM The term biofilm describes the relatively indefinable microbial community associated with a tooth surface or any other hard, non- shedding material.
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Dental plaque was probably the first biofilm to have been studied in terms of either its microbial composition or its sensitivity to antimicrobial agents. In the seventeenth century, Anton van Leeuwenhoek pioneered the approach of studying biofilms by direct microscopic observation when he reported on the diversity and high numbers of.
Plaque is a sticky, white film of bacteria that continuously forms on your contains bacteria that can be harmful to your teeth, causing decay and Gum plaque forms and is not removed by proper brushing and flossing, it can harden into calculus that attaches to the outside layer of your teeth – the enamel; it can also attach to the tooth surface below your gum.
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