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v the replacement of depleted mineral content of bones and teeth. It is a naturally occurring process by the minerals contained in saliva. It may be promoted by certain dental treatments in the dental office and by the patient at home.
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MECHANISM: Multiple events must occur at the same time for remineralisation to proceed.
Availability of fluoride in saliva and dental plaque contributes for caries prevention by increasing remineralisation and decreasing demineralization (Hellwig and Lennon, 2004).
A longer study would have indicated the average time for remineralisation of the measured sites to achieve SOS T scores considered normal for their age.
e nutrients) and neglected the dissolved and particulate organic fractions which, once introduced into the system, are to be considered as a potential contribution to the new nutrient pool after their decomposition and remineralisation within the system compartments along the land-ocean continuum.
It also induces remineralisation of bones which helps stability and can further be used to treat neurological symptoms due to nerve or spinal damage (Kardamakis et al 2009).
7) To restore original equilibrium, a bioregulatory therapist has to simultaneously address various problems, such as tissue hydration, remineralisation, detoxification, informational reactivation, regulation of tissue pH status, and recolonisation of disturbed microflora.
This event is caused by the remineralisation produced by saline shock, wherein a part of the concentration of the chemical element in its particulate phase is re-dissolved and transferred to the dissolved phase.
It then undergoes chemical treatment for taste and quality in the remineralisation and disinfection plant before going to the pumping station.
sobrinus) and lactobacillus, are contained within the predominantly Gram-positive biofilm on supragingival surfaces * Caries develop if the critical balance between demineralisation and remineralisation of enamel and dentin is not congruous
He said that the ultrasound technique would be particularly useful in research, especially in evaluating the effectiveness of remineralisation treatments.
This is complemented with a huge list of scientific ingredients and 10 bold claims such as plaque control, remineralisation and low abrasion.