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Figure 1: SEM of enamel specimens in (a and b) intact enamel at 1500 × and 5000×. Arrow shows mineralisation of the interprismatic substance; (c and d) Demineralised specimens in Group II at 1500 × and 2500×. Arrow shows the demineralised enamel (Etched appearance) with fish scale appearance; (e and f) Group III at 2500 ×, with homogeneous coating and 5000 × shows the presence of mineralised deposits over the etched enamel surface (Arrow); (g and h) Group IV at 1500 ×, with etched appearance of enamel and 5000 × shows the sparse presence of mineralised deposits and presence of numerous pits over the enamel surface (Arrow); (i and j) Group V at 2000 ×, presence of mineral deposits with few pits and 5000 × shows the dense presence of mineralised deposits over the enamel (Arrow)

Figure 1: SEM of enamel specimens in (a and b) intact enamel at 1500 × and 5000×. Arrow shows mineralisation of the interprismatic substance; (c and d) Demineralised specimens in Group II at 1500 × and 2500×. Arrow shows the demineralised enamel (Etched appearance) with fish scale appearance; (e and f) Group III at 2500 ×, with homogeneous coating and 5000 × shows the presence of mineralised deposits over the etched enamel surface (Arrow); (g and h) Group IV at 1500 ×, with etched appearance of enamel and 5000 × shows the sparse presence of mineralised deposits and presence of numerous pits over the enamel surface (Arrow); (i and j) Group V at 2000 ×, presence of mineral deposits with few pits and 5000 × shows the dense presence of mineralised deposits over the enamel (Arrow)