Natural enamel caries, dentine reactions, dentinal fluid and biofilm View Full Text


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2019-12

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Laryssa de Barros Pinto, Maria Luiza Lima Alves Lira, Yuri Wanderley Cavalcanti, Eugênia Livia de Andrade Dantas, Maria Lúcia Oliveira Vieira, Gabriel Garcia de Carvalho, Frederico Barbosa de Sousa

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It is believed that penetration of dentinal fluid into natural enamel caries (NEC) is negligible because of the barrier created by underlying sclerotic dentine, but there are conflicting evidences on whether dentine subjacent to NEC is sclerotic or demineralized. This study aimed at investigating the relationship between NEC, subjacent dentine reactions, modification of dentinal fluid, and composition of cariogenic biofilm formed on the NEC surface. Proximal NEC (PNEC) lesions of human permanent posterior teeth were included in five experiments. Histologically, microradiographic analysis with contrast solution (MRC) in dentine revealed a decreased proportion of sclerotic dentine and an increased proportion of deep dentine demineralization compared to the classical stereomicroscopic histological analysis based on dentin color and translucency. Real-time MRC and 3D optical profilometry, and 3D microtomographic analysis evidenced a facilitated transport of modified dentinal fluid towards PNEC lesions. Cariogenic biofilm formed in vitro on the PNEC surface presented lower amounts of insoluble and soluble matrix polysaccharides when 2% chlorexidine was inserted in the pulp chamber. In conclusion, this study evidenced that dentine subjacent to PNEC is mostly demineralized, providing facilitated pathway for dentinal fluid to penetrate into PNEC and alter the composition of the biofilm formed on the PNEC surface. More... »

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