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composition of saliva in relation to the incidence of dental caries
John Albert Marshall
|Statement||by John Albert Marshall.|
|LC Classifications||RK331 .M3|
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|Number of Pages||234|
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Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Nair Hospital Dental College, Mumbai, India. Abstract. Background: Saliva is one of the most important factor in regulating oral health, with flow rate and composition changing throughout development and during disease. Saliva can affect incidence of dental caries in . Introduction. Minimal attention has been given to the role of salivary microelements, the importance they have in reducing the intensity of caries, and the effect of caries prophylaxes. Aim. This research aimed to determine the concentration and quantity of Zn and its impact on the prevention and the reduction of the intensity of caries in schoolchildren aged years with permanent.
Diet, nutrition and the prevention of dental diseases dental caries is high and more than 90% of caries is untreated. The level of caries is higher for the primary *Corresponding author: composition of saliva limiting the protective effects it has in the oral cavity’. However, in developing countries, in. recommended this saliva test to be done in patients with high caries risk. Key words: saliva, dental caries, diagnostic tool _____ INTRODUCTION Dental caries is the most prevalent dental disease affecting human race although the prevalence of dental caries has significantly reduced, it is still a major problem (Beck et al,. ). The etiology.
The Connection Between Saliva Dental Caries and Perio J One of the most prevalent risk factors I see in patients is low saliva flow. Low saliva flow is the number one self-reported risk factor in our data base of nea patients. 63% of these patients self-report dry mouth or low saliva. When beginning the conversation with. Steady-state blood levels, similar to levels obtained in human multiple oral dosing, were thus maintained. Atropine delivered in this manner for 24 days was found to decrease protein concentration of parotid saliva (p.
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THE COMPOSITION OF SALIVA IN RELATION TO THE INCIDENCE OF DENTAL CARIES BY JOHS ALBERT JI.4RSHALL From the Department oj Biochen~istry and Pharntacology and the Laborato~ies of the Department oj Dentistry, Unioe~sity of Califorl~ia REPRINTED FROM THE AMERICAN JOURNALOF PHYSIOLOGY, Vol.
XLIII, No. 2, May, The Composition of Saliva in Relation to the Incidence of Dental Caries John Albert Marshall, Biography (1) Pickerill, The prevention of dental caries and oral sepsis 2nd Author: John Albert Marshall. Dental caries is probably the most common consequence of hyposalivation (Brown et al, ; Scully, ).
Caries lesions develop rapidly and also on tooth surfaces that are Key Words Saliva, dental caries, buffer effect, adhesion, aggregation, antimicrobial agents. Presented at the 16th International Conference on Oral Biology. Among the various protective functions of saliva, including diluting and cleaning the oral cavity, serving as a host defense, and buffering and enabling ion exchange, certain salivary characteristics outside the normal range of values may contribute to the caries process.
4 Dental caries results from the dissolution of minerals from the tooth Cited by: Introduction. Saliva is one of the most important protective body fluids but it still remains the least understood. Though numerous studies in the past have attempted to relate certain aspects of salivary output and composition to caries susceptibility in children, however, predominantly these studies looked at either the physiochemical properties of saliva (flow rate, buffer capacity) or.
When saliva flow is reduced, oral health problems such as dental caries and oral infections can develop. Composition and production Saliva is. The Composition of Saliva in Relation to the Incident of Dental Caries John Albert Marshall, From the Department of Biochemistry and Pharmacology and the Laboratories of the Department of Dentistry, University of California.
Protection against dental caries is dependent on both salivary quantity and composition of the secretions, with the former being the strongest [5,6], the quantity of saliva is the stronger risk.
COMPOSITION OF SALIVA 5/8/ 40 Water 99% Others 1% Primary Composition of saliva Water Others Biochemical Composition of Human Saliva in Relation To Other Mucosal Fluids:Léon C.P.M. Schenkels, Enno C.I. Veerman and Arie V. Epidemiology of dental caries 1. 9/2/ 1 2.
9/2/ 2 Saliva Composition pH Quantity Viscosity Antibacterial factors. less cariogenic at the end of 24 months. Xylitol group dramatic reduction in the incidence of dental caries after 2 years Frequent chewing of xylitol gum in between meals produced anti-cariogenic effect.
Salivary factors have been studied for their effects on the process of dental caries in patients of diabetes mellitus type 2. In this study, protective role of salivary pH, salivary flow rate, and salivary calcium is assessed in the patients of diabetes mellitus type 2 with dental caries.
The samples of saliva were collected from patients of diabetes mellitus type 2 and age- and sex. lower incidence of dental caries are delayed dental eruption, wide space among teeth, microdontia and higher level of pH and saliva contents (calcium, sodium, bicarbonate).
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.
Colorimetric estimations of the pH of resting saliva were made on young adult males. The incidence of dental caries, as assessed. by the Bodecker modified index (Abst.
Vol. 9), was also studied. A detailed statistical analysis of the data indicated no relationship between the incidence of caries and the pH of normal resting saliva in these subjects. No relation was found to exist between the calcium and phosphorus content of the saliva and the occurrence of dental caries in children of years of age.
When the ordinary diet was supplemented (daily for approximately 12 months) with milk and tomato juice, with or without viosterol, the incidence of dental caries tended to decrease.
This improvement, however, was not accompanied by any. Feb. 22, -- A new saliva test could help kids beat cavities before tooth trouble even starts. The Caries Assessment and Risk Evaluation (CARE). It bathes the teeth constantly and serves multiple functions including digestion, lubrication, antibacterial activity, buffering, etc.
It’s generally accepted that saliva flow and its composition are important for oral health, especially the prophylaxis of dental caries.
Dental caries in the rat in relation to the chemical composition of the teeth and diet. Variations in the diet of the Ca/P ratio obtained by changes in the phosphorus content.
Minerva Stomatol ;– 4. Haldi J, Wynn W, Bentley KD, Law ML. Dental caries in the albino rat in relation to the chemical composition of the teeth and of the.
Saliva is an integral part of oral health and many people do not actually realise the importance of saliva has in our role of saliva is often underplayed due to lack of has many important functions and it is unfortunate that most people would only realise this when they have a chronic case of xerostomia or dry mouth, which is often hard to manage as.
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.
Introduction. Saliva is an important biological fluid in oral physiology reduction of salivary secretion or changes in the properties of the saliva are responsible for a lot of dental and oral problems, such as cavities or periodontal disease, as they remain major diseases, with a direct impact on the quality of life of patients affected by them There is a general agreement among dental professionals that the salivary secretion and substances secreted within saliva influence to a high degree the strength of individual caries attack, so it has been alleged that salivary composition is a key factor in determining the prevalence of dental caries.and saliva composition are particularly the contributors in tooth decay both development and prevention.
Consequences of dental caries can be dramatic not only on the patient’s well-being in the esthetic and functional aspects but also on the arch dimensions, a.