A method to measure clinical erosion: the effect of orange juice consumption on erosion of enamel.

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OBJECTIVE Acidic soft drinks are frequently implicated in dental erosion, but there are limited supporting data. Research is problematic due to the insidious nature of erosion and accuracy in assessing tissue loss. The aim of this study was to develop and validate, using a negative control, a model to accurately measure erosion in situ due to a single… (More)

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@article{West1998AMT, title={A method to measure clinical erosion: the effect of orange juice consumption on erosion of enamel.}, author={Nicola Xania West and Alexander Peter Maxwell and John Hughes and Daniel M Parker and R. G. Newcombe and Melissa Addy}, journal={Journal of dentistry}, year={1998}, volume={26 4}, pages={329-35} }