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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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Remineralized samples (both enamel and HAP) also showed increase in mass which may be due to precipitation of hydroxyapatite on consuming the ions, used from the remineralizing solution.
Purified BWPs that simply stated "remineralized water" or "minerals added" were considered remineralized water.
7) However, when dental hygiene is good, small caries lesions can be remineralized.
The chapter ends with an opinion on fluoride in remineralized drinking water and key knowledge gaps and research recommendations.
According to the study cited, Sally Marshall, a researcher and professor at the Vision of Biomaterials and Bioengineering at the University of California San Francisco, has successfully remineralized some parts of damaged teeth; she is currently studying ways to make calcium crystals grow throughout the dentin.
Farm animals raised on remineralized pasture gain weight faster on less feed and have higher energy (Sea Energy Agriculture, Dr.
Only fine-dispersed pyrite evidences the primary origin of organic carbon, remineralized by early diagenetic bacterial sulphate reduction.
With remineralizing agents such as amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP), teeth are remineralized and strengthened.
234] ([micro]mol C/dpm) decreased consistently with increasing depth, suggesting that organic carbon is preferentially remineralized relative to [Th.
In the third hypothesis, we assumed that remineralized N is released from a single homogeneous N pool; e.
We had a pretty good understanding of how saliva remineralized teeth," says Frederick C.