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    Monday, March 22, 2010

    DENTAL CARIES FROM GERD

    Patients with gastroesophageal reflux [GERD] sometimes develop dental erosion owing to chemical dissolution of enamel. Researchers used optical coherence tomography to assess tooth demineralization and enamel loss in 30 patients receiving either placebo or esomeprazole [Nexium] acid suppression. The researchers describe significantly diminished loss of enamel thickness and reduced tissue demineralization in patients randomly assigned esomeprazole versus those given placebo

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