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Statistical Study on Microorganisms that Cause Tooth Decay and Prevention and Treatment Methods


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1 Collage of Dentistry, Kerbela University, Iraq
2 College of Applied Medical Sciences, Kerbela university, Iraq
     

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The current research includes knowledge of the effect of microbes on dental caries, by providing the environment suitable for the growth of bacteria and fungi that cause this decomposition, fermentation and decay and thus erode the texture of the tooth and then full tooth decay. These are the macrophages that lead to tooth decay (streptococcus species, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida, Lactobacillus, Actinomycosis, Micrococcus, Antibacterials, Bacillus, Actinobacillus) in different percentages: 33.3%, 21.3%, 14.7%, 12.1%, 8.2 , 4.5%, 3.4%, 1.3%, 1.2%), respectively. There are many other factors that help tooth decay occur: the host (tooth and saliva), microorganisms in the form of tooth plaque, substrate (diet).

Keywords

microbes , tooth decay, Prevention and Treatment
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Authors

Widad Sameer Jaaz
Collage of Dentistry, Kerbela University, Iraq
Ohood Salman Jawad
College of Applied Medical Sciences, Kerbela university, Iraq
Hassanain Jwad Abid Al Hussein
Collage of Dentistry, Kerbela University, Iraq

Abstract


The current research includes knowledge of the effect of microbes on dental caries, by providing the environment suitable for the growth of bacteria and fungi that cause this decomposition, fermentation and decay and thus erode the texture of the tooth and then full tooth decay. These are the macrophages that lead to tooth decay (streptococcus species, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida, Lactobacillus, Actinomycosis, Micrococcus, Antibacterials, Bacillus, Actinobacillus) in different percentages: 33.3%, 21.3%, 14.7%, 12.1%, 8.2 , 4.5%, 3.4%, 1.3%, 1.2%), respectively. There are many other factors that help tooth decay occur: the host (tooth and saliva), microorganisms in the form of tooth plaque, substrate (diet).

Keywords


microbes , tooth decay, Prevention and Treatment



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v14%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijfmt%2F192977