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Caries Res (2021) 55 (2): 130–136.
Published Online: 01 February 2021
...James R. Fernando; Peiyan Shen; Glenn D. Walker; Yi Yuan; David P. Stanton; Coralie Reynolds; Eric C. Reynolds Remineralisation of demineralised enamel subsurface lesions can be enhanced by pretreatment of the lesions with base (NaOH). The aim of this study was to test the effect of intralesion pH...
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Caries Res (2017) 51 (2): 160–166.
Published Online: 02 February 2017
...) and root dentin (RD), and investigate the involvement of dissolved components in bacteria-induced pH changes using a model of tooth/bacteria interface. An experimental apparatus forming a well was made of polymethyl methacrylate, and a bovine tooth (CE or RD) specimen was fixed at the bottom of the well...
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Caries Res (2012) 46 (6): 507–512.
Published Online: 14 July 2012
...A. Lussi; M. von Salis-Marincek; C. Ganss; E. Hellwig; Z. Cheaib; T. Jaeggi The aim of this study was to compare tooth surface pH after drinking orange juice or water in 39 patients with dental erosion and in 17 controls. The following investigations were carried out: measurement of pH values...
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Caries Res (2012) 46 (4): 408–412.
Published Online: 15 June 2012
...M.F. Correia; L.M.A. Tenuta; A.A. Del Bel Cury; J.A. Cury To test the effect of distinct solubilities of dentine and enamel on mineral ion concentration in the biofilm fluid during a sugar-induced pH drop, dental biofilms were formed in situ for 4 days on acrylic (control), dentine or enamel...
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Caries Res (2011) 45 (Suppl. 1): 69–77.
Published Online: 31 May 2011
...-exposure) models can be used for screening products regarding their erosive potential, while more elaborate pH cycling models can be used to simulate erosion in vivo. However, in vitro models provide limited information on intra-oral erosion. In situ models allow the effect of an erosive challenge...
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Caries Res (2011) 45 (2): 155–161.
Published Online: 31 March 2011
...F. Lippert; A. Butler; R.J.M. Lynch The present study investigated de- and remineralization in enamel lesions under plaque fluid (PF)-like conditions using quantitative light-induced fluorescence (QLF). Preformed lesions were exposed to partially saturated lactic acid solutions, varying in pH...
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Caries Res (1994) 28 (4): 251–256.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
..., the enrichment of Streptococcus mutans , observed following glucose pulses in the absence of pH control, was prevented by xylitol. In contrast, sorbitol had the opposite effects and S. mutans increased in proportion. The study provides evidence for a mechanism by which xylitol could affect the ecology of dental...
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Caries Res (1996) 30 (5): 361–366.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
... to erosion have not been previously investigated. Chewing-gum-stimulated salivary flow rate, pH, bicarbonate concentration and viscosity were compared between two groups of vomiting bulimics and with 10 healthy controls. One bulimic group (n = 9) had pathological tooth wear present according to the criteria...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (3): 183–190.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
...A. Küseler; V. Baelum; O. Fejerskov; J. Heidmann The accuracy and precision of 12 different microelectrodes were assessed through a series of pH recordings of buffer solutions with known pH values. Some electrodes were quite accurate, yielding an average deviation of recordings from true values...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (2): 100–105.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
...H. Almqvist; F. Lagerlöf To study the effect of fluoride on de- and remineralization of root hard tissue, an automatic pH-cycling caries model, simulating Stephan curves, was used for 21 days. From each of 13 unexposed human roots, four cementum/dentin blocks were prepared. Four experiments were...
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Caries Res (1992) 26 (1): 8–13.
Published Online: 19 November 2009
...P.C. Lammers; J.M.P.M. Borggreven; F.C.M. Driessens Subsurface lesions in bovine enamel slices were remineralized. The remineralization solutions contained either 0.03,0.3, or 1.0 ppm fluoride at either pH 5.5 or 6.8. The amount of remineralization was determined after periods of up to 610 h, using...
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Caries Res (1992) 26 (5): 345–350.
Published Online: 19 November 2009
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. pH Powder: liquid ratio Surface area c. McKnight-Hanesa G.M. Whitfordb Departments of a Pediatric Dentistry and » Oral Biology, School of Dentistry, Medical College...
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Caries Res (1986) 20 (3): 237–243.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...S. Kalfas; D. Birkhed The pH changes and the amounts of the metabolic end products lactate, formate, acetate and ethanol were studied in suspensions of dental plaque material. The suspensions were incubated with sorbitol or glucose for 30–80 min, in the presence or absence of air. The acid...
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Caries Res (1989) 23 (6): 412–416.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... with low buffering capacity and high levels of Streptococcus mutans . The subjects rinsed with sugar-based liquid medicines for 1 min, after which the plaque pH was measured with a Beetrode touch electrode at approximal sites until 40 min after the rinsing. The minimum pH, the ΔpH, and the time under pH...
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Caries Res (1986) 20 (6): 503–509.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...M.E. Jensen The effects of chewing sorbitol-containing gum and paraffin upon human interproximal plaque pH responses after consumption of a jelly donut were investigated in this study. Prolonged plaque pH responses were observed following consumption of the jelly donut. Dramatic rises in pH...
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Caries Res (1990) 24 (2): 107–112.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... and Actinomyces . The acid production activity of the bacterial cells was followed by titration with alkali, at environmental pH 7.0, 6.0 and 5.0 after addition of carbohydrate solution. The metabolic end products formed in the suspensions were analyzed thereafter by isotachophoretic and enzymatic methods...