Processo de cárie e estratégias de prevenção: Erosão
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Autor do curso: Susan Higham, BSc (Bacharel em Ciências), PhD (doutora), CBiol (Bióloga Oficial), MRSB (Membro da Sociedade Real de Biologia); Chris Hope, BSc (Bacharel em Ciências) (com distinção), PhD (doutor), FHEA (Membro da Academia de Ensino Superior); Sabeel Valappil, BSc (Bacharel em Ciências), MSc (Mestre em Ciências), PhD (doutor), PGCertEd (Pós-Graduado em Educação), FHEA (Membro da Academia de Ensino Superior); Phil Smith, BDS (Bacharel em Ciências Odontológicas), MDS (Mestre em Ciências Odontológicas), PhD (doutor), FDS (Docente em Cirurgia Odontológica), DRD (Destacamento de Pesquisa Odontológica), MRD (Membro em Odontologia Restauradora), FDS (Docente em Cirurgia Odontológica) (Odont. Rest.), RCS (Academia Real de Cirurgiões) (Edin), FHEA (Membro da Academia de Ensino Superior)

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