enamel caries


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e·nam·el ca·ries

(ĕ-namĕl karēz)
Decay of tooth enamel.
See also: caries
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2008] while for enamel caries, it was less sensitive but more specific [Rodrigues et al.
The sample of this study consisted of 24 recently extracted primary molars, suspected to have occlusally early enamel caries, that were kept in fresh tap water [Alwas-Danowska H et al.
Loss of carbonate during the first stages of enamel caries Caries Res 1973; 7: 345-348.
Some aspects of ultrastructure of early human enamel caries seen with the electron microscope.
Relationship among mutans streptococci, "low-pH" bacteria and lodophilic polysaccharide-producing bacteria in dental plaque and early enamel caries in humans.
This differs from the result found at six month review where teeth in the Xeno[R] III group were found more likely to show early enamel caries than the etch group.