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Type: Artigo
Title: The role of mechanical control of biofilm in the salivary pH after sucrose exposure in children with early childhood caries
Author: Lima-Holanda, Aline Tavares
Sousa, Emerson Tavares de
Nobre-dos-Santos, Marinês
Steiner-Oliveira, Carolina
Abstract: This quasi-experimental study sought to investigate if the mechanical control of biofilm (3-times-a-day) modifies the saliva’s ability to buffer the oral environment after 20% sucrose rinse (SR20%) in children with early childhood caries (ECC). Here, SR20% reduced the saliva’s pH in both groups and the mechanical control of biofilm had a greater effect on this parameter after SR20% in CF children. The mechanical control of biofilm evidenced a higher buffering capacity in CF children before SR20%, which was not observed after SR20%. Otherwise, the absence of mechanical control of biofilm showed that buffering capacity was comparable in the two groups before SR20%, whereas after SR20% the saliva’s buffering capacity of CF children was higher than ECC children. When biofilm was mechanically controlled, carbonic anhydrase VI activity did not change after SR20% whereas the absence of mechanical control of biofilm reduced this enzyme activity after SR20%. In conclusion, the mechanical control of biofilm did not change saliva’s ability to buffer the oral environment after SR20% in children with ECC. On the other hand, CF children appeared to regulate more effectively the saliva’s pH than ECC children while the absence of mechanical control of biofilm mediated their pH-modifying ability after SR20%
Subject: Cárie dentária
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Springer Nature
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-86861-4
Address: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-86861-4
Date Issue: 2021
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