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>Journals >Revista de la Asociación Dental Mexicana >Year 2009, Issue 5


Zerón A
Acid erosion Tribology in Dentistry New dental wear
Rev ADM 2009; 66 (5)

Language: Español
References: 21
Page: 12-16
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ABSTRACT

Dental erosion is a term that has been around for over 100 years in the dental literature and wear of the teeth has been detectedin various ways in ancient cultures, but the injury problem and chipped the mineral structure of teeth has not been clearly understood. The merger of knowledge and scientific analysis from daily observations in clinical practice combined with extensive biochemical experimentation, to analyze the wear on the tooth surfaces and gingival recessions allows us to analyze the issue from a new perspective.


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