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Objective To investigate the association between passive smoking, as determined by salivary cotinine level, and caries, salivary pH, buffering capacity, flow rate and microbiological counts in young children.
Objective To investigate whether unstimulated whole saliva flow rate (UFR) and osmolality (Sosm) track changes in hydration status during 48 h of restricted fluid intake (RF) or combined fluid and energy restriction (RF + RE). Following the 48 h periods, UFR and Sosm were assessed after acute...
Objective To test the efficacy of a previously described neutralising agent to counteract any antimicrobial activity of 0.2% of chlorhexidine (CHX) mouthrinse on the salivary flora, which is only exhibited after sampling of surviving bacteria, resulting in false positive efficacy data.
Amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) is a developmental defect of dental enamel formation. This enamel defect can be caused by mutation in ENAM gene. Hence this study investigated the molecular defect in the enamelin gene in a patient with the clinical features of AI. The genomic DNA was extracted from...
Objective This study examined the molecules implicated in the cytodifferentiation of dental hard tissue cells.
Objective We evaluated the stress relief effect of lavender aroma by measuring sensitive salivary endocrinological stress markers, cortisol and chromogranin A (CgA).
Objective Yoghurt consumption leads to a selective decrease in the oral level of mutans streptococci. It is not clear whether this decrease is due to the bactericidal activity of yoghurt or other mechanisms. The present study investigated the differences in susceptibility to yoghurt between...
Objective The neonatal line (NNL) is in principle found in all primary teeth and the line represents the time of birth. Earlier findings of the appearance of the NNL in light microscope and in microradiographs have shown not only changes in the prism direction of the enamel, but that the NNL has...
Objective To investigate morphological changes in the dental arches of acromegaly-like rats recently developed by means of exogenous IGF-I administration.
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