Research Article

Determination of calcium in the tooth structure by using flame emission spectrophotometer

Şükrü Kalaycı*

Published: 05/15/2020 | Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Pages: 017-018

018Calcium is the most common element in the tooth’s structure. In addition, calcium is one of the elements that are effective in maintaining dental health. As a result of calcium deficiency, the tooth becomes brittle and begins to rot. Calcium deficiency usually occurs in acidic beverage consumption and during canal treatment.

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