cariogenic


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cariogenic

(ˌkɛərɪəʊˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Pathology) (of a substance) producing caries, esp in the teeth
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It was stated that the lower pH, representing greater acidity, in the plaque group was thought to have resulted from the cariogenic bacteria's presence in oral biofilm, which may have metabolized the sucrose, forming acid and thus lowering the oral cavity's pH.
Comparative studies on the effect of crude aqueous (CA) and solvent (CM) extracts of clove on the cariogenic properties of Streptococcus mutans.
They demonstrated that while bacteria associated with periodontal disease were sensitive to the extracts, bacteria associated with periodontal health were less sensitive, and cariogenic bacteria were not susceptible.
mutans that may be less cariogenic than other strains, because it adheres less well to tooth surfaces and produces less acid.
Of the 274 different bacterial species identified in these there were no cariogenic Streptococcus spp.
Effect of xylitol on cariogenic and beneficial oral streptococci: a randomized, double-blind crossover trial.
2) Risks for the development of caries include: low socio-economic status, low education level, cariogenic diet, diminished salivary flow, high concentrations of cariogenic microflora, race/ethnicity, poor access to health care, special health care needs, inadequate fluoride, poor oral hygiene, and previous caries.
There is convincing evidence from animal experiments, human and experimental studies on the cariogenic potential of carbohydrates especially sugars [2].
The risk of developing mesial surface caries in first permanent molars was found to be different among the paired surfaces studied, indicating different cariogenic conditions at each proximal surface.
To determine the effects of the crude and active fraction on oral colonization and cariogenic potential, a total of 30 rats were purchased.
Research conducted in Poland showed that caregivers of children eating both large and small quantities of cariogenic products made a similar declaration 3.
1977) Sucrose metabolism by prominent members of the flora isolated from cariogenic and non-cariogenic dental plaques.