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Tooth Wear and Sensitivity by M Addy, G Embery, M Edgar, R Orchardson
ISBN 1853178268 Publisher: Martin Dunitz

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Tooth wear has implications for the aesthetics, function and longevity of the primary and secondary dentitions, while dentine hypersensitivity is a painful condition of the permanent dentition, which affects oral comfort and function. The consequences of tooth wear and sensitivity are potentially enormous, not least in financial terms to the profession, health services and patients.


Biological and Structural Features of Enamel and Dentine Transport Processes in Enamel and Dentine
On the Nature of the Acquired Enamel Pellicle Innervation and Vasculature of Pulp
Reparative Processes in Dentine and Pulp Erosion of Dental Enamel Visualized by Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy
Historical and Forensic Aspects of Tooth Wear Definition, Classification and Clinical Assessment of Abrasion, Attrition and Erosion
Prevalence and Distribution of Tooth Wear Methodologies and Instrumentation to Measure Tooth Wear
Etiology of Enamel Erosion Development of an In Situ Model to Study Dental Erosion
Chemistry of Demineralization and Remineralization Mechanical Tooth Wear
Interplay of Erosion, Attrition and Abrasion in Toothwear and Possible Approaches to Prevention Wear in the Mouth
Variations in Pellicle Thickness Wettability of Dental Enamel by Soft Drinks
Restorative Management of the Worn Dentition Toothbrushes
Dentine Hypersensitivity Interaction of Oral Hygiene Products with Dentinal Tubules
Pulpal Response to Noxious Stimuli Biochemical, Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Pain and Pain Assessment
Present and Future Methods for the Evaluation of Pain Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials on Dentine Hypersensitivity
Strategy for the Management of Dentine Hypersensitivity Studies with the Next Generation of Home Care Products for Dentine Hypersensitivity
Potential Treatment Modalities for Dentine Hypersensitivity: In Office Products

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(Martin Dunitz) Bristol Dental School, UK. Text, divided into three sections, discusses tooth structure, dentine hypersensitivity, and tooth wear. International contributors are drawn from the basic sciences, clinical academia, clinical practice, and industry. For researchers and clinicians. High-quality illustrations.