A comparative profilometric in vitro study of the susceptibility of polished and natural human enamel and dentine surfaces to erosive demineralization.

@article{Ganss2000ACP,
  title={A comparative profilometric in vitro study of the susceptibility of polished and natural human enamel and dentine surfaces to erosive demineralization.},
  author={C Ganss and Joachim Klimek and Nathan Schwarz},
  journal={Archives of oral biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={45 10},
  pages={897-902}
}
This study sought to compare the depths of erosive lesions in samples from different tooth sides as well as from enamel, dentine and root surfaces, and to examine the effect of preparation and polishing of specimens on erosive demineralization. From 30 impacted human third molars, two enamel samples from the mesial, distal, buccal and oral aspects, and similar samples from the radicular dentine, were prepared. One of each pair of samples was polished whereas the other was left untreated. Four… CONTINUE READING

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