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24.3 Microbial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory -- Part 3
The first step in the production of dextran was the hydrolyzing of sucrose.
This allows the creation of lactic acid.
Accumulations of organisms and their products.
The decline in tooth decay in the United States can't be attributed to the decline in plaque because it's not very important.
The growth of the tooth can be encouraged by the saliva that is found in it.
Localized acid production within dental plaque is not involved in the process.
The front low in fluoride is more susceptible to the effects of acid than the back.
Once it has become established, this is the decay.
The gingiva and bone support the tooth and the cementum protects the root.
The best strategies for preventing dental caries are a mini ber of the normal microbiota of the mouth that can be isolated from mal ingestion of sucrose.
Once this stage is reached, root cleaning and the use of fluoride is required.
Professional canal therapy is required to remove plaque and tartar at regular intervals and to provide access to antimicrobial drugs that suppress periodontal disease.
About 10% of the teeth have a covering on them, which protects them from the ravages of old age.
The formation of caries on the cementum ern world is correlated with the age of the gums.
Studies show that disaccharide com becomes more common with the passage of time.
The inflammation is called nificant part of their diet.
Animals with this condition don't develop tooth decay even when fed a high amount of sugar.
The diet was designed to encourage formation.
Plaque is allowed to accumulate if brushing is discontinued.
The most damaging thing to teeth is the ingestion of the sugar between meals.
This is why general y causes little pain.
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