Dentistry Acid erosion

Weathering: the break down of rocks on or near Earth’s surfaceWeathering: the break down of rocks on or near Earth’s surface
Describe what water does to pavement when it continually freezes and thaws. Acid erosion
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Spectra of scienceSpectra of science
Spectra textbook (pgs. 725-730) about Weathering and Erosion. Fill out the cloze procedure notes for this section as you read. Then, record the answers to the questions that follow on the answer sheet provided. Acid erosion
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Human Impact QuestionsHuman Impact Questions
Water is an essential need for human survival. We have about 97% of Earth’s water is salty, which leaves us with only 3% fresh water. Acid erosion
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Type of tooth surface lossType of tooth surface loss
Attrition: wear of tooth resulting from tooth to tooth contact. Primary teeth are more susceptible to attrition than permanent teeth because enamel layer is thinner in primary teeth. Acid erosion
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Type: T/f section objective d-1: Explain acid deposition, its causes and solutions. Display 1Type: T/f section objective d-1: Explain acid deposition, its causes and solutions. Display 1
Acid deposition is a broad term used to describe several ways that acids fall out of the atmosphere. Acid erosion
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Experiment: Sports Drinks: Possible Cause of Tooth Erosion?Experiment: Sports Drinks: Possible Cause of Tooth Erosion?
However, what most people do not know is that sports drink might erode teeth as well. Soda’s acidity is the reason soda can soften teeth enamel. If sports drinks are acidic enough, they can erode tooth enamel too. Acid erosion
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Dental erosion q what is dental erosion?Dental erosion q what is dental erosion?
A erosion is the loss of tooth enamel caused by acid attack. Enamel is the hard, protective coating of the tooth, which protects the sensitive dentine underneath. When the enamel is worn away, the dentine underneath is exposed. Acid erosion
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Dental Erosion – Non Carious Tooth Surface LossDental Erosion – Non Carious Tooth Surface Loss
This is the loss of tooth substance due to the action of acid on the tooth surface, and is different form dental decay as it does not involve the presence of bacterial plaque. It is therefore not dental decay in the traditional sense. Acid erosion
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Table S1: Some short-term, acid only in vitro protocols described in the literature. Acid erosion
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Weathering, Erosion, Deposition, and Soil Notes Weathering is the breaking down of rocksWeathering, Erosion, Deposition, and Soil Notes Weathering is the breaking down of rocks
Chemical- breaks rock and does change the make-up of a rock by changing the minerals. Acid erosion
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