, (Modified Meyer's artificial saliva
--Tai et al (4) 1992) having the following composition was used.
is also less ionic so less dissociation.
The artificial saliva
, a solution resembling mixed saliva, consisted of 115 mM NaHC[O.
Key words: Sorption, Solubility, Artificial saliva
, Distilled water, Tooth-colored materials
Effect of artificial saliva
on the apatite structure of eroded enamel.
The management of patients with salivary gland dysfunction requires enough stimulation of the residual gland function with sialogogues or, in severe cases, use of artificial saliva
and the non-alcohol mouthrinse solution (Oral B) presented statistically similar surface roughness values.
TABLE 1: PERCENT WEIGHT LOSS OF SPECIMENS OF GLASS IONOMER CEMENT IMMERSED FOR 9611 IN ARTIFICIAL SALIVA
ADJUSTED TO VARIOUS PH VALUES AT 37degC
Group II--Bond strength to be tested after 24 hours in artificial saliva
We used two artificial salivas
, artificial saliva
I (AS I)--Salivan[R] (Apsen, Sao Paulo, Brazil), which is composed of carboxymethylcellulose, and artificial saliva
II (AS II), Biotene[R] (GlaxoSmithKline, Moon Township, USA) consisting of glucose oxidase, lactoferrin, lysozyme and lactoperoxidase.
In TM group, a thin layer of CPP-ACP paste (Tooth Mousse, GC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan) was applied using a microbrush on the enamel surfaces of the samples, and left undisturbed for three minutes and then stored in artificial saliva
for six hours.
Thermal cycling, (2,3,5,6,14) storage of the dry material at 37[degrees]C in acids, and immersion in water, artificial saliva
, or hot water (1-4,7,16) are some of the methods used to artificially age composite resins and other dental materials.