Firstly, there is the initial transport of bacteria to tooth surface.
• This is followed by reversible adsorption of the bacteria on to the pellicle surface.
• Less reversible attachment of bacteria to tooth surface then occurs.
• These stages are repeated, forming new layers of bacterial adherence.
• Finally, there is growth of the attached organisms, leading to the formation of a ‘climax’ community
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