By Adrian Lussi
The multifactorial etiological trend of erosive the teeth put on is emphasised and is a strand connecting different chapters of the e-book. Definition, analysis, incidence, prevalence and chemistry of dental erosion are mentioned within the first a part of the e-book. additional, subject matters like extrinsic and intrinsic motives of dental erosion are coated and a bankruptcy is dedicated to dental erosion in teenagers. equipment of evaluate are offered and significantly evaluated. The ebook concludes with subject matters on dentinal allergy, possibility evaluation and preventive measures and restorative techniques for erosive lesions. This booklet isn't just hugely suggested to college contributors, researchers and dental scholars, butalso to practitioners and different dental pros who're dedicated to the prevention and remedy of dental erosion.
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The similarity of the pattern of wear to that in a mediaeval population with an abrasive diet suggested that an erosive diet softens the occlusal surfaces and makes them vulnerable to wear even by weakly abrasive materials, such as raw vegetables, which would not affect sound dentine . An index for assessing clinical wear and for predicting the future rate of wear would be useful. Information on tooth wear in relation to age exists for various populations, mostly historical . Richards et al.
In the early stage of chewing, when the food bolus separates the occlusal/incisal surfaces, the important feature is that the teeth do not mate and that this process tends to abrade the softer regions of the tooth surface resulting in a hollowing out of the dentine . Significant occlusal tooth wear from mastication can occur either in the presence of high amounts of abrasives in the food bolus or in the case of acid-softening of enamel and dentine. This threebody abrasion would result in rounding and cupping of the cusps, and grooves on incisal edges making a differentiation between abrasion and erosion on occlusal surfaces difficult.
Recognition of the synergy between erosion and mechanical wear has led most researchers to consider these to be erosion/abrasion lesions rather than the often-described cervical Interaction in Tooth Wear 25 abrasion lesions. Erosion must be a factor in any lesion involving enamel since, as discussed above, most modern dentifrices produce very little wear of enamel. The abfraction hypothesis has drawn attention to the possibility that unusual occlusal loads, resulting from tooth misalignment or heavy muscular force, may be associated with non-carious cervical lesions, but the evidence for this is not conclusive.
Dental Erosion. From Diagnosis to Therapy by Adrian Lussi