Physical examination of caffeine's effects on the enamel surface of first molar in new-born rats.


Samples of the first molars of offspring whose dams were fed a diet supplemented with caffeine were examined by scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffractometry and electron microprobe analysis. Scanning microscopy of the enamel surface of the caffeine group revealed a consistently rougher surface than in the non-caffeine controls, both before and after… (More)


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