ABOUT INDEXING EDITORIAL BOARD ARCHIVES AUTHOR GUIDELINES SUBMIT PAPER NEWS, EVENTS AUTHOR'S PAGE CONTACT
Materiale Plastice
Cite as: Mater. Plast.
https://doi.org/10.37358/Mat.Plast.1964

OSIM Nr. R102356
ISSN Print 0025-5289
ISSN Online 2668-8220
Journal Metrics
* Impact factor 2019: 1.517
* 5-Year IF: 1.179
* CiteScore: 2.4
* H index: 22
Materiale Plastice - Latest Issue

Latest Issue >>>
ARCHIVES
   Volume 58, 2021
   Volume 57, 2020
   Volume 56, 2019
   Volume 55, 2018
   Volume 54, 2017
   Volume 53, 2016
   Volume 52, 2015
   Volume 51, 2014
   Volume 50, 2013
   Volume 49, 2012
   Volume 48, 2011
   Volume 47, 2010
   Volume 46, 2009
   Volume 45, 2008
   Volume 44, 2007
   Volume 43, 2006
   Volume 42, 2005
   Volume 41, 2004
   Volume 40, 2003
 
<<<< back

Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2016, Volume 53, Issue 3, 386-390



Simona Gabriela Mucenic, Alina Carolina Camarasan, Zita Fazakas, Emoke Fulop, Alina Ormenisan, Marius Maris, Violeta Hancu, Mariana Tilinca

The Erosive Effect Evaluation of Chlorinated Pool Waters by Using the Molecular Absorption Spectroscopy Method Effective methods of enamel protection


Abstract:
In the light of multiple research on dental erosion, by using the spectrophotometry absorption method, we have conducted a in vitro study with the aim to highlight the erosive effect of chlorinated pool water, as well as the protective role of a lacquer and of two different toothpastes with remineralizant effect. Followed targets: the erosive capacity evaluation of three chlorinated waters used for swimming pools, the quantitative determination of the calcium and phosphates concentration absorbed by these waters, the quantitative determination of the remineralization and protection capacity of some dental materials on the enamel exposed to the action of chlorinated waters. After exposing the enamel to the action of these waters, we determined that the swimming pool waters improperly chlorinated represent a risk factor for the performant and casual swimmers. These waters have the capacity to demineralize the dental enamel in vitro, the severity of the demineralization being influenced by the pH and the capacity of extracting different quantities of calcium and phosphates. The three materials used for protection are able to remineralize the dental enamel, the best effect being given by the application of fluorinated lacquers. Optimal maintenance strategies of the swimming pools and specific prophylactic methods for the performant swimmers are necessary.


Keywords:
dental erosion; tooth wear; gas chlorinated water

Issue: 2016 Volume 53, Issue 3
Pages: 386-390
Publication date: 2016/9/30
download pdf   Download Pdf Article
Creative Commons License
This article is published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
<<<< back
 
  Search Authors
Crossref Member Badge
 DOI  logo
 Gold Open Access | Source=http://www.plos.org/  | Author=art designer at PLoS
Creative Commons License