Anti cariogenic effect The buffering capacity of saliva Help in reducing the

Anti cariogenic effect the buffering capacity of

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- Anti cariogenic effect. - The buffering capacity of saliva. - Help in reducing the effect of bacterial acids. - Inhibit the precipitation of calcium. - Saliva has antibacterial agent such as (peroxidase lysosome- lactoferin) b. Taste functions: Help in taste function by dissolving substances. c. Digestive functions: Saliva helps in digestion of food by certain enzymes as (amylase - lingual lipase). d. Tissue repair: Saliva help in formation of blood clot which allows for increased rate of wound contraction. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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