Caries Management - Science and Clinical Practice by Hendrik Meyer-Lueckel, Hendrik Meyer-Lückel, Sebastian

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By Hendrik Meyer-Lueckel, Hendrik Meyer-Lückel, Sebastian Paris, Kim Ekstrand

"Covering the technology at the back of the disorder a complete method of glossy caries administration. This systematic method of sleek caries administration combines new, evidence-based remedy suggestions with the clinical underpinnings of caries formation supplying an in-depth assessment for either clinicians in day-by-day perform and scholars advancing within the box. starting with patho-anatomic adjustments within the dental hard Read more...

summary: "Covering the technological know-how at the back of the ailment a complete method of glossy caries administration. This systematic method of smooth caries administration combines new, evidence-based therapy suggestions with the medical underpinnings of caries formation supplying an in-depth overview for either clinicians in day-by-day perform and scholars advancing within the box. starting with patho-anatomic adjustments within the dental challenging tissues, Dental Caries: technology and scientific perform is going directly to conceal non-invasive, minimally invasive, and extra competitive interventions in line with every one degree of the sickness. From microbiology and histology to visible, tactile and radiographic analysis, threat evaluate, preventive measures, and teeth maintenance and therapy recommendations, the publication is filled with necessary medical details for all dental practitioners. Succinctly covers the technological know-how in the back of the disorder, with suggestions for remedies in accordance with review beginning on the microscopic point Written by means of a group of major world wide professionals on caries remedy and managementand using the foreign Caries Detection and review method (ICDAS) usual all through Covers the latest therapy innovations, together with adhesion know-how, fissure sealing and infiltration, caries removing, tooth-colored restorations, and extra Demonstrates step by step caries systems in impressive, full-color illustrations of grownup and pediatric circumstances bargains the most recent pondering on early prevention and behavioral alterations in oral future health promoting, together with the function of vitamin and foodstuff, biofilm administration, fluoride use, population-based techniques, and extra. transferring to the recent paradigm of heal and seal instead of the extra invasive drill and fill, this fantastically illustrated textual content places medical ideas into medical motion for the simplest effects. it truly is a necessary source for a whole, proactive method of caries detection, evaluate, remedy, administration, and prevention in modern dental practice"--Provided by means of writer

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Saliva Saliva Production, Salivary Glands Saliva is produced mainly by three large pairs of glands: the parotid glands, the submandibular glands, and the sublingual glands (Fig. 9). 20 Without stimulation, an average of Sublingual gland Parotid gland Submandibular gland Fig. 9 Overview showing the location and names of the three large glands producing >90% of the daily production of saliva. 7mL per minute is produced. The saliva covers all surfaces in the mouth with a thin film. The parotid gland secretes thin, watery saliva rich in amylase (an enzyme that breaks down starch into sugar).

3)—which make up the majority of the microorganisms in the oral cavity and include the species S. 2). Microbes of the genus Lactobacillus, of which L. 2). 2). Concerning the streptococci, S. mutans can be differentiated from S. sanguinis by the pattern of colony formation when cultivated on Mitis Salivarius Agar. S. mutans appears as slimy granulated colonies, while S. sanguinis appears as small, firmly adhering colonies. Biochemical tests show in addition that S. mutans metabolizes sorbitol while S.

15–17 These chemical conditions have great influence on the caries process and will be highlighted in Chapters 2 and 3. The individual crystals are arranged in rods (or prisms) (Fig. 5) extending from the enamel–dentin junction to the surface, with an average diameter of about 4–5µm. The crystals in the rods all align in the same direction except at the periphery, where the crystals change direction from those in the core of the rod. Thus, the space between the crystals or intercrystalline spaces (also called the pore volume which is filled with air, water, or proteins) is larger at the periphery of the rod than at the core.

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