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Lozenges containing hydrogenated starch hydrolysate (Lycasin®, maltitol, sorbitol or xylitol were consumed 4 times daily during 3 months by 4 groups of persons (in all 85 subjects), In the maltitol-, sorbitol-and xylitol-group the plaque wet weights were of the same magnitude before and after...
Plaque formation on buccal tooth surfaces was studied by replica techniques, consisting of impressions using low viscosity silicone impression materials and positive models produced in epoxy resins. Bacterial accumulation occurred near the cemento-enamel junction in 6-hr specimens, and...
Mycoses of the mouth and nearby areas can be caused by both yeasts and filamentous fungi. They may appear either independently or as part of a systemic infection. It is typical of many mycoses that they occur as a consequence of local factors operating in the mouth, or in patients debilitated by...
The present summary and the following papers (I-VII) are submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor Odontologiae at the University of Bergen. I: Growth of dental plaque on hydroxyapatite splints. A method of studying early plaque morphology. J. Periodontal Res....
Aggression has been suggested as one of the etiologic factors in bruxism. Experimental bruxism, audible, nonfunctional grinding or clenching of the teeth, was provoked in aggressive animals by drugs affecting central dopaminergic systems. Electric foot-stimulation was used to induce aggression,...
Normal and fluorotic primary and permanent teeth were demineralized in 10 % EDTA at pH 7 for varying periods of time up to 4 weeks. The fluorotic teeth initially dissolved at a much slower rate than non-fluorotic specimens and appeared to contain more organic material. After almost complete...
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