Farouk I. Ahmed

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Actinomyces viscosus, growing on a tooth in the presence of sucrose, slowly produced a loosely-attached plaque, the pH being 6.1 after 120 h. When the tooth was inoculated simultaneously with A. viscosus and either Streptococcus sanguis or Streptococcus mutans, firmly-adherent plaque was quickly formed and the pH fell below 5 after 33 h with the former(More)
Sterilisation of teeth for homogenous transplantation has been successfully achieved by combined ultrasonic waves and immersion in 6 per cent hydrogen peroxide. This combined treatment was found to have no harmful effect on the tooth integrity as indicated by enamel solubility, hardness, root canal seal and tooth size and weight. It is suggested the method(More)
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