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1957 3
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1962 4
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1964 19
1965 45
1966 36
1967 46
1968 57
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1970 110
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1988 225
1989 242
1990 259
1991 210
1992 162
1993 168
1994 157
1995 143
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1997 143
1998 118
1999 92
2000 142
2001 141
2002 152
2003 161
2004 159
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Risk factors for the presence of dental black plaque.
Ortiz-López CS, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 30425313 Free PMC article.
In order to evaluate risk factors related to the presence of extrinsic dental black stain, a total of 94 orally healthy volunteers (47 individuals with dental black stain and 47 individuals without dental black stain) were recruited from ten different dental clinics in Valencia and Castellón (Spain). ...Samples of dental plaque, saliva and drinking water were collected for chemical analysis. Three factors were found to be statistically significantly associated with dental black stain, (i) consuming water with high iron content, (ii) consuming water with high pH, and (iii) having a high salivary pH. ...
In order to evaluate risk factors related to the presence of extrinsic dental black stain, a total of 94 orally healthy volunteers (4 …
Microbial ecology of dental plaque and its significance in health and disease.
Marsh PD. Adv Dent Res 1994 - Review. PMID 7865085
Dental plaque forms naturally on teeth and is of benefit to the host by helping to prevent colonization by exogenous species. ...These views have been incorporated into a modified hypothesis (the "ecological plaque hypothesis") to explain the relationship between the plaque microflora and the host in health and disease, and to identify new strategies for disease prevention....
Dental plaque forms naturally on teeth and is of benefit to the host by helping to prevent colonization by exogenous species.
Dental plaque as a microbial biofilm.
Marsh PD. Caries Res 2004 - Review. PMID 15153690 Free article.
New technologies have provided novel insights into how dental plaque functions as a biofilm. Confocal microscopy has confirmed that plaque has an open architecture similar to other biofilms, with channels and voids. ...A greater understanding of the significance of dental plaque as a mixed culture biofilm will lead to novel control strategies....
New technologies have provided novel insights into how dental plaque functions as a biofilm. Confocal microscopy has confirmed …
Dental plaque.
Hiep N, et al. J Periodontol 1974. PMID 4520961
Site-specific dental plaque pH in 13-year-old Thai schoolchildren.
Piwat S, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2015. PMID 25820923
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this paper was to study pH conditions between dental sites, taking account the presence of caries, calculus, and microbial composition and alkali production. ...Anaerobes predominated over streptococci, but no significant differences between dental sites were found. CONCLUSIONS: The study group had a high baseline plaque pH, in vivo and ex vivo urease activity, and calculus but low caries experience, which was best reflected in the lower incisor region. ...
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this paper was to study pH conditions between dental sites, taking account the presence of caries, calculus, an …
[Studies on artificial dental plaque. Preliminary observation on the morphology of developing artificial dental plaque].
Zhou XD. Zhonghua Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 1989. PMID 2512079 Chinese.
This paper introduced a new method which was used to study the formation of dental plaque in vitro. From this investigation, it can be regarded that artificial dental plaque is similar to natural dental plaque in structure. In the 1st day, artificial dental plaque was mainly coccal shaped bacteria adherent on the tooth enamel. At the third day, the number of filaments and rods increased obviously, and in 5th and 7th day plaques, main bacteria were filaments, with a few rods and cocci, and the special palisade and corn cob structures were occurred. ...
This paper introduced a new method which was used to study the formation of dental plaque in vitro. From this investigation, i …
Dental bacterial plaque.
Laird WR and Grant AA. Int J Biochem 1983 - Review. PMID 6352358
The literature on the subject of dental bacterial plaque is extensive. In spite of considerable research, the mode of its formation together with the variability in bacterial content requires further clarification. Mechanical methods of plaque control are effective but limited in a population sense. Of the numerous chemotherapeutic agents in plaque control, chlorhexidin appears the most effective....
The literature on the subject of dental bacterial plaque is extensive. In spite of considerable research, the mode of its form …
Randomized Trial of Plaque-Identifying Toothpaste: Decreasing Plaque and Inflammation.
Fasula K, et al. Am J Med 2017. PMID 27771276
BACKGROUND: Randomized data are sparse about whether a plaque-identifying toothpaste reduces dental plaque and nonexistent for inflammation. ...CONCLUSION: This plaque-identifying toothpaste produced statistically significant reductions in dental plaque and hs-CRP. The observed reduction in dental plaque confirms and extends a previous observation. ...
BACKGROUND: Randomized data are sparse about whether a plaque-identifying toothpaste reduces dental plaque and nonexist …
Mechanisms of dental plaque formation.
Scheie AA. Adv Dent Res 1994 - Review. PMID 7865083
Whereas microbial adhesion to tooth surfaces is a general prerequisite for initiation of plaque formation, microbial multiplication is probably the dominant feature in the build-up of dental plaque. ...The highly individual and site-related characteristics of the plaque flora illustrate the selective power of the environment. ...
Whereas microbial adhesion to tooth surfaces is a general prerequisite for initiation of plaque formation, microbial multiplication i …
[Dental plaque].
Badzian-Kobosowa K and Walczak A. Czas Stomatol 1967 - Review. PMID 4862418 Polish.
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