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1948 39
1949 24
1950 48
1951 57
1952 50
1953 61
1954 53
1955 45
1956 31
1957 28
1958 29
1959 43
1960 34
1961 49
1962 35
1963 47
1964 55
1965 126
1966 126
1967 137
1968 124
1969 93
1970 122
1971 127
1972 125
1973 135
1974 166
1975 153
1976 141
1977 179
1978 132
1979 201
1980 143
1981 155
1982 190
1983 173
1984 215
1985 213
1986 233
1987 250
1988 207
1989 233
1990 212
1991 181
1992 169
1993 133
1994 120
1995 128
1996 149
1997 128
1998 146
1999 95
2000 146
2001 149
2002 144
2003 166
2004 195
2005 213
2006 262
2007 275
2008 306
2009 345
2010 334
2011 344
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2014 425
2015 414
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2018 308
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Influence of trace elements on dental enamel properties: A review.
Qamar Z, et al. J Pak Med Assoc 2017 - Review. PMID 28065967 Free article.
Dental enamel, an avascular, irreparable, outermost and protective layer of the human clinical crown has a potential to withstand the physico-chemical effects and forces. These properties are being regulated by a unique association among elements occurring in the crystallites setup of human dental enamel. ...
Dental enamel, an avascular, irreparable, outermost and protective layer of the human clinical crown has a potential to withst
Raman spectroscopy analysis of dental enamel treated with whitening product - Influence of saliva in the remineralization.
Silveira J, et al. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc 2018. PMID 29525565
In this work we present the analysis of dental enamel treated with an over-the-counter whitening product, bought in e-commerce at a very low cost, used without medical supervision in an abusive manner, in order to evaluate its demineralization action. ...
In this work we present the analysis of dental enamel treated with an over-the-counter whitening product, bought in e-commerce …
Sea otter dental enamel is highly resistant to chipping due to its microstructure.
Ziscovici C, et al. Biol Lett 2014. PMID 25319817 Free PMC article.
Dental enamel is prone to damage by chipping with large hard objects at forces that depend on chip size and enamel toughness. ...Here, we show that equivalent chips in sea otter enamel require even higher forces than human enamel. Increased fracture resistance correlates with more intense enamel prism decussation, often seen also in some fossil hominins. ...
Dental enamel is prone to damage by chipping with large hard objects at forces that depend on chip size and enamel toug
Recovery of crystallographic texture in remineralized dental enamel.
Siddiqui S, et al. PLoS One 2014. PMID 25360532 Free PMC article.
Dental caries is the most prevalent disease encountered by people of all ages around the world. Chemical changes occurring in the oral environment during the caries process alter the crystallography and microstructure of dental enamel resulting in loss of mechanical function. ...Remineralization restores the texture to the original level seen in healthy enamel and restores mineral density. The results also showed that remineralization promotes ordered formation of new crystallites and growth of pre-existing crystallites which match the preferred orientation of healthy enamel. ...
Dental caries is the most prevalent disease encountered by people of all ages around the world. Chemical changes occurring in the ora
A comparative study on component volumes from outer to inner dental enamel in relation to enamel tufts.
Setally Azevedo Macena M, et al. Arch Oral Biol 2014. PMID 24685496
BACKGROUND AND AIM: Dental enamel presents marked mechanical properties gradients from outer to inner enamel, a region lacking component volumes profiles. Tufts, structures of inner enamel, have been shown to play a role in enamel resilience. We aimed at comparing component volumes from inner to outer enamel in relation to enamel tufts. ...
BACKGROUND AND AIM: Dental enamel presents marked mechanical properties gradients from outer to inner enamel, a region …
Acid resistance of dental enamel treated with remineralizing agents, Er:YAG laser and combined treatments.
Ceballos-Jiménez AY, et al. Dent Med Probl 2018. PMID 30328302
BACKGROUND: It has been reported that lasers can increase resistance to enamel acids, and when it is associated with fluoride, both are reported to work in synergy, achieving a reduction of the solubility of enamel. ...CONCLUSIONS: Although the combination of Er:YAG laser plus NaF and the single application of NaF showed values suggesting superior resistance to demineralization of dental enamel compared to all the other groups in the study, no statistically significant differences were found to support this assertion....
BACKGROUND: It has been reported that lasers can increase resistance to enamel acids, and when it is associated with fluoride, both a …
Dental materials. Amorphous intergranular phases control the properties of rodent tooth enamel.
Gordon LM, et al. Science 2015. PMID 25678658 Free article.
Dental enamel, a hierarchical material composed primarily of hydroxylapatite nanowires, is susceptible to degradation by plaque biofilm-derived acids. The solubility of enamel strongly depends on the presence of Mg(2+), F(-), and CO3(2-). However, determining the distribution of these minor ions is challenging. ...
Dental enamel, a hierarchical material composed primarily of hydroxylapatite nanowires, is susceptible to degradation by plaqu
Maintaining the integrity of the enamel surface: the role of dental biofilm, saliva and preventive agents in enamel demineralization and remineralization.
García-Godoy F and Hicks MJ. J Am Dent Assoc 2008 - Review. PMID 18460677
It is a complex disease that occurs along the interface between the dental biofilm and the enamel surface. RESULTS: Many components in saliva are taken up by dental biofilm and protect the enamel surface. ...When Streptococcus mutans colonizes dental biofilm, it depends on vertical transmission, horizontal transmission or both. These acidogenic, aciduric bacteria are considered to be the primary organisms responsible for enamel caries. ...
It is a complex disease that occurs along the interface between the dental biofilm and the enamel surface. RESULTS: Many compo …
Dental enamel growth.
Newman HN and Poole DF. J R Soc Med 1993. PMID 8369022 Free PMC article.
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