was defined as the presence of one of more tooth surfaces affected by dental caries as determined by dental examiners using a standardized protocol.
In absolute terms, the most deprived quintile have seen the largest reduction in decay
prevalence (by 15%) and mean dmft score (by 0.
As a government we are fully committed to tackling all forms of inequality, so I'm particularly pleased to see that children from the most deprived backgrounds are seeing the biggest reduction in tooth decay
6% of five-year-olds had tooth decay
- that fell to 34.
For a long time it was believed that tooth decay
was a rapidly progressive phenomenon and the best way to manage it was to identify early decay
and remove it immediately in order to prevent a tooth surface from breaking up into cavities.
5 pounds of germanium held in a vat of liquid argon - has failed to detect any signs of such decay
The signs and symptoms of tooth decay
varies depending on the extent of decay
In  it was assumed that this mass distribution of for example the muon particles can not solely explain the muon exponential decay
As the decay
gets larger, it may cause signs and symptoms such as:
While there have been signifi-cant improvements to the nation's oral health, some areas still experience problems with tooth decay
among young children.
The survery found overall tooth decay
in five year olds was reduced, from 30.
However, the decay
rate found had been predicted by the Standard Model even though its now seen as an incomplete description of nature.
CHILDREN across Tyneside, Northumberland and County Durham are set to help scientists try to find the best way to fight tooth decay
usually starts as a small cavity in the hard, protective outer covering - the enamel.
This research was performed to evaluate the decay
hazard for exterior aboveground wood in Korea.