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>Revistas >Revista de la Asociación Dental Mexicana >Año 2013, No. 2


Cuadrado VDB, Peña CRE, Gómez CJF
El concepto de caries: hacia un tratamiento no invasivo
Rev ADM 2013; 70 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 49
Paginas: 54-60
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RESUMEN

En el presente artículo se abordan diferentes enfoques que enfatizan algunos aspectos relacionados con el concepto de la caries dental: el enfoque infeccioso de la caries, la perspectiva dietomicrobiana, el papel del pH de la biopelícula dental y finalmente el abordaje de la caries como el balance de la interacción de factores protectores que promueven la integridad del esmalte y los factores patológicos que conducen al desarrollo de lesiones cariosas, y cómo se han promovido acciones para el control de la enfermedad a partir de los diferentes enfoques.


Palabras clave: Concepciones de caries, caries como enfermedad.


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