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Dental caries is induced by oral biofilm containing Streptococcus mutans. Probiotic bacteria were mainly studied for effect on… Expand Probiotics or health-beneficial bacteria have only recently been introduced in dentistry and oral medicine after years of… Expand INTRODUCTION
Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sobrinus are the main causative organisms for enamel demineralization during… Expand The mouth is an obvious portal of entry to the body, and oral health reflects and influences general health and well being… Expand To persist in the oral cavity, bacteria must be able to tolerate rapid and substantial environmental fluctuations, particularly… Expand OBJECTIVE
To conduct a systematic review of the literature on risk factors for dental caries in deciduous teeth of children aged… Expand Fluoridation causes an obvious reduction of dental caries by interference with cariogenic streptococci. However, the effect of… Expand The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of caries and risk factors in outpatients of the Pediatric Ambulatory of the… Expand The prevalence of caries and gingivitis was determined clinically in 2.5-year-old children (n = 832) living in the southern… Expand Adherence of cariogenic streptococci to the smooth surfaces of teeth has been shown to lead to plaque formation and ultimately to… Expand