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Synonyms for saliva

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a clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth

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Indeed, a series of plasticized PVC sheets was immersed in three types of media: water, artificial saliva, and human saliva, and the contaminant diffusion rates were compared to values of molecular diffusion in fluids calculated with Fick's equation.
Ti-6Al-4V was used as the substrate and the composition (g/l) of the artificial saliva was 0.
concentration, and blood pH were inhibited by an intravenous infusion of an artificial saliva solution composed mainly of NaHC[O.
All the ingredients were weighed using Precisa electronic balance and dissolved in 20 litres of distilled water to obtain the inorganic artificial saliva.
potentiodynamic anodic polarisastion and open circuit potential tests were used to evaluate the corrosion behaviour of Ti-6Al-7Nb in aerated artificial saliva with pH 7.
Has she tried using an artificial saliva spray such as Glandosane?
Commercial artificial saliva used in salivary gland disorders should resemble normal saliva in biophysical properties.
He or she may recommend chewing sugarless gum or mints, drinking water, sucking on ice chips or the use of an artificial saliva or oral rinse.
Well-known side effects of these drugs are a dry mouth, best dealt with by sipping water or fruit juice or by using artificial saliva spray.
Test whether the cyanoacrylate bond strength is maintained after storage in artificial saliva for 2A hours and 48 hours.
There are many treatments they can recommend to alleviate the symptoms of dry mouth, including increasing fluid intake, chewing sugarless gum, sucking on sugarless candy or using artificial saliva.
If your salivary glands aren't working right but still can produce some saliva, your physician or dentist might give you a medicine that helps them work better or might suggest you use artificial saliva to keep your mouth wet.
It was found that initial bond strength of cyanoacrylates was greater than composite, but after 48 hours in artificial saliva,it's bond strength deteriorated significantly making it unfit for clinical bonding.
Aquoral(TM) is a lipid based artificial saliva spray product that is currently the only Prescription spray product marketed in the United States to treat Xerostomia.
A dentist or physician may recommend an artificial saliva and fluoride products to help prevent decay.