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A lot of studies reported a strong association between beverages consumption and dental erosion. The erosive effect of soft drinks depends on their composition, pH or on individual salivary flow rate. The main methods used for analysing this effect are: profilometry, which measuring the enamel loss during demineralisation, and microscopic analysis. This study is an experiment developed in order to analyse the human enamel and dentine surfaces previously exposed to beverages. The main results ofdoi:10.37358/rc.20.3.7988 fatcat:n6opq53pxncmphvbj5xxgsatuu