Intraoral pH and temperature during sleep with and without mouth breathing.

@article{Choi2016IntraoralPA,
  title={Intraoral pH and temperature during sleep with and without mouth breathing.},
  author={J. E. Choi and J. N. Waddell and K. Lyons and J. Kieser},
  journal={Journal of oral rehabilitation},
  year={2016},
  volume={43 5},
  pages={
          356-63
        }
}
To measure and compare the intraoral pH and temperature of individuals during sleep with and without mouth breathing. [...] Key Method Ten healthy participants [mean age = 25·8 (± 4·3)] wore a custom-made appliance fitted with a pH probe and thermocouple for two sets of 48 h. Continuous pH and temperature measurements were taken from the palatal aspect of the upper central incisors.Expand
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