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Conséquences de l'acidité sur les dents

Abstract : Erosion is a chemical process that induces the demineralization of dental tissues and causes their loss. It has several etiologies, extrinsic or intrinsic. Among the extrinsic causes, we will mainly note the food causes: drinks and acidic foods that are increasing in recent year; intrinsic causes are usually due to eating disorders leading to vomiting or gastroesophageal reflux. Since dental erosion is not as well known as tooth decay, medical cares are less controlled and diagnoses are often made later.
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Marie-Emmanuelle Carlotti. Conséquences de l'acidité sur les dents. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02278903⟩

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