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Oral Hard Tissue Disease and Home Care Management
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Course Author(s): Robert  V. Faller, BS

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  1. Is this Caries or Erosion?
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  1. Is this Caries or Erosion?
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  1. Is this Caries or Erosion?
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  1. Saliva provides a natural, primary protection from caries and erosion when:
  1. The main components of the mineral apatite of Enamel are all but which?
  1. Which one is not a risk factor for Caries?
  1. Which is not a risk factor for Erosion
  1. Which fluoride is highly effective against caries and erosion?
  1. Which condition is associated with Irreversible Surface Mineral Loss where the pellicle and saliva buffer capacity is overwhelmed?
  1. Which condition is associated with subsurface mineral loss influenced by weak bacterial acids and is reversible in early stages?
  1. Which is not a prevention strategy for Caries?
  1. The reason the outer layer of enamel remains sound while the subsurface layer loses mineral density is: (remin demin Video)
  1. Which is not true about how Fluoride works?
  1. What is the primary way to prevent erosive damage?
  1. What is generally accepted to be the critical pH where net mineral density is lost from hydroxyapatite?