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Most oral diseases are preventable, yet they remain the most globally common noncommunicable disorders, affecting people throughout their lifetime.
Lifestyle, including diet and food choice, is central to the occurrence of oral disease. Nutrition and diet can impact the development and status of the oral cavity as well as the progression of illness. [lire la suite]
A timely issue increasingly affecting the oral health balanceCase reports and clinical trials conducted in various countries show, more and more frequently, a positive correlation between the presence of original teeth and prevalence of root caries in older age. [lire la suite]
Erosive tooth wear is a multifactorial condition of growing concern to the clinician and the subject of extensive research. Since the publication of the first edition of the book with the title Dental Erosion, new knowledge for a better understanding of this important subject has been gathered. [lire la suite]
With the mass-marketed introduction of fluoride in toothpaste in the 1950s, toothbrushing with paste became indispensable for good oral health. Both the industry and the dental profession had a shared interest in advocating the widespread correct use of good quality toothpaste.
This publication starts with a general introduction on the purpose, history and composition of toothpaste. [lire la suite]