Feb 6, 2013 ... Tooth decay is a relatively modern problem. The bacteria feasting on your teeth
might have originated in the mouth of a rodent, and found their ...
May 3, 2014 ... “Our carbohydrate rich diet has transformed our oral ecosystems for the worse”.
Another bacteria, responsible for gum disease is porphyromonas ... Tooth decay
among pre-agricultural hunter gatherers is certainly the ...
Nov 6, 2007 ... What causes tooth decay and how to prevent it. ... humans began to shift from
hunting and gathering to agriculture and grain-eating. ... Several species of oral
bacteria feed on carbohydrates and produce acid as a byproduct through a
process of simple fermentation. .... Mystery of Tooth Strength Cracked.
When humans began farming and eating more wheat and barley, the oral ... The
link between our diet and rates of tooth decay and gum disease is an example ...
May 29, 2000 ... The effect of a dry mouth on tooth decay is not as well known as it should be,
Watson ... Watson's group compared cavities in 56 rats, including some on the ...
Tray bleaching may improve oral health of elderly, special-needs patients ...
Sports and Energy Drinks Responsible for Irreversible Damage to Teeth.
Feb 14, 2008 ... Osteocalcin, for example, is a protein responsible for organizing the deposition ...
of tooth decay, but completely reversed it without the need for oral surgery ...
Even when rats are fed only K1, nearly all of the vitamin K in their salivary ... In a
four-year-old boy who suffered from rampant tooth decay, seizures ...
If too soft the enamel will lack sufficient resistance to the acids of decay. ... but
also antagonizes the mineral responsible for decay prevention. ... called The
Announcer, issued monthly by the College of Agriculture, University of Missouri.
... has been observed by others who have studied the magnesium requirement of