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" Sugar on the Teeth. — From researches made on this subject, M. Larrey has come to the following conclusions: 1. Refined cane, or beet-root sugar, is prejudicial to the teeth more from its direct contact than from the evolution of gaseous matter during... "
The teeth: in health and disease - Pagina 35
di Edward Davieson - 1861 - 62 pagine
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The Chemist, Volume 6

1845
...ON THE ACTION OF SUGAR UPON THE TEETH * FROM researches made on this subject, M. Larrey has come to the following conclusions : — 1. Refined cane, or...solution of sugar, it is so decomposed as to acquire almost a gelatinous character, while the enimel becomes opaque and spongy, and crumbles down under...
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The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 2

1846
...Paris. Action of Sugar on the Teeth. — From researches made on this subject, M. Larrey has come to the following conclusions: 1. Refined cane, or beet-root...solution of sugar, it is so decomposed as to acquire almost a gelatinous character, while the enamel becomes opaque and spongy, and crumbles down under...
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Pen and Pencil, Volume 1

William Wallace Warden - 1853
...experiments on the subject, and the conclusions lie has come to arc these: — 1. That sugar is injurious to the teeth more from its direct contact than from...the evolution of gaseous matter during digestion. 2. That the action of sugar upon the teeth is, to decompose its enamel, which becomes opaque and spongy,...
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The Medical News, Volumi 3-4

1845
...Athenceum. Action of Sugar on the Teeth. — From researches made on this subject, M. Larrey has come to the following conclusions: — 1. Refined cane, or...solution of sugar, it is so decomposed as to acquire almost a gelatinous character, while the enamel becomes opaque and spongy, and crumbles down under...
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The Lancet, Volume 2

1845
...Rendus.) ACTION OF SUGAR UPON THE TEETH. FROM researches made on this subject, M. Larrey has come to the following conclusions: — 1. Refined cane, or...evolution of gaseous matter during digestion. 2. If & .tooth be allowed to macerate in a saturated solution of sogar, it is so decomposed as to acquire...
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Eliza Cook's Journal, Volume 7

Eliza Cook - 1852
...experiments on the subject, and the conclusions he has come to are these : — " I. That sugar is injurious to the teeth more from its direct contact than from...the evolution of gaseous matter during digestion. 2. That the action of sugar upon the teeth is, to decompose its enamel, which becomes opaque and spongy,...
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