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This resulted in the ‘non-specific plaque hypothesis’ being proposed, in which disease is the outcome of the net biochemical activity of the biofilm, including both acid-producing and acidutilising species; although generally applied to periodontal disease, it was also applicable to understanding the microbial aetiology of dental caries (Theilade 1986). However, if the microbial aetiology was not totally specific, it was also not totally random, and there was agreement on the phenotype of the bacteria involved (acid pro- 5 Dental Biofilms in Health and Disease Transmission Health Health 49 major ecological pressure low pH sucrose-rich diet low saliva flow Cariogenic microbiota Fig.
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