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The Effect of Carbonated Water on Bovine Enamel Erosion and Plaque Adhesion
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  • Journal title : Journal of dental hygiene science
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2015, pp.437-444
  • Publisher : the Korean Society of Dental Hygiene science
  • DOI : 10.17135/jdhs.2015.15.4.437
 Title & Authors
The Effect of Carbonated Water on Bovine Enamel Erosion and Plaque Adhesion
Lim, Do-Seon; Ban, Yu-Hee; Min, Young-Eyn; Park, Jin-Joo; Yu, Ye-Jin; In, So-Ra; Ju, Hyun-Ji; Jung, Sun-Young; Hwang, Young Sun;
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 Abstract
Due to the attractive benefits with regard to bone health, digestion, and hydration, carbonated water consumption have rapidly grown over the past few years. However, the acidic drink has latent potential for enamel erosion. The most experimental studies about the enamel erosion have focused on the carbonated beverages with sugar and artificial sweeteners. Here, we determined the enamel erosion potential by commercially available carbonated waters with bovine teeth. The erosion was verified by pH value, calcium concentration, and scanning electron microscope. Then plaque accumulation by bacterial adhesion was determined on the enamel erosion surface to measure roughness. In the present study, we observed that the increased calcium content after being immersed in carbonated waters result from the overall enamel erosion. There were no significant differences between general carbonated waters and mineral waters for erosive capacity. Therefore, commercially available carbonated waters are potentially erosive. In addition, oral bacteria strongly adhered to the erosive enamel surfaces thereby facilitating the development of dental plaque. Thus, it is urgently necessary to provide food safety information on the carbonated water as acidic drink to prevent the enamel erosion.
 Keywords
Carbonated water;Tooth erosion;pH;Dental plaque;Oral bacteria;
 Language
Korean
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