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affected

again

allowing

although

ameloblastins

ameloblasts

amelogenins

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amount

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axis

bacteria

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become

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birth

border

brittleness

bruxism

calcium

calculus

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cavity

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cells

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cementum

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condition

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crystals'

cusps

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day

decay

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deep

demineralization

demonstrate

dental

dentin

dentistry

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destruction

destructive

developing

development

diameter

different

drinking

drinks

during

each

eating

effects

enamel

enamelins

erupts

especially

eventually

factor

factors

first

floss

fluoridated

fluoride

fluorosis

food

forces

formation

formed

found

fracture

fractures

fully

furthermore

generally

great

greater

grooves

growth

hardest

hardness

head

health

high

histologic

however

human

humans

hydroxyapatite

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incremental

ingested

ingestion

interrod

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involving

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juices

junction

known

less

line

lines

locations

loss

major

makes

material

matrix

maturation

mature

mineral

mineralization

mineralized

minerals

most

mouth

mutans

naturally

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neonatal

nor

normal

normally

number

occurs

once

oral

organ

organic

orientation

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partially

particles

pattern

people

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period

permanent

phosphate

pit

pits

plaque

prevent

primary

prisms

process

processes

professionals

proteins

pulp

quantity

rate

reasons

repair

rest

resulting

rod

rods

role

root

rows

secretory

section

sections

seen

showing

similar

since

sitting

slightly

soft

stage

stages

striae

structure

structures

sugar

sugars

surface

surfaces

surrounding

susceptible

systemic

tail

teeth

tensile

than

throughout

thus

tissue

tissues

tomes’

tooth

toothbrushes

topical

unable

underlying

understood

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