BIO061 Biofilm composition of the complete dentures' reliner and the effectiveness of different hygiene methods

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  • Maurício M. Badaró
  • Antônio L. Malheiros-Segundo
  • Marina X. Pisani
  • Cássio do Nascimento
  • Helena F. O. Paranhos
  • Raphael F. de Souza
  • Cláudia H. Lovato da Silva

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The biofilm is defined as a dense layer microbial constituted by a quantity greater than 1011 microorganisms per gram, combined with their metabolic products. The biofilm's composition of dentures resembles with the dental origin composition and differs only in relation to the increase in the amount of Candida spp., important inducing agent in the development of chronic atrophic candidiasis. Poorly cleaned dentures serves as a reservoirs of pathogens that are not normally associated with the oral microbiota, being responsible for the development of systemic diseases such as bacterial endocarditic, aspiration pneumonia, gastrointestinal infection and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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28-12-2012

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Badaró, M. M., Malheiros-Segundo, A. L., Pisani, M. X., do Nascimento, C., Paranhos, H. F. O., de Souza, R. F., & da Silva, C. H. L. (2012). BIO061 Biofilm composition of the complete dentures’ reliner and the effectiveness of different hygiene methods. Revista Eletrônica De Farmácia, 9(1), 1. Recuperado de https://revistas.ufg.br/REF/article/view/21923

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