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It is worth noting that some of Diet, nutrition and prevention of dental diseases 207 the earlier epidemiological studies were done in commu- fact that dental data are not necessarily based on nities that did not have the beneﬁt of exposure to ﬂuoride. In 18 countries where caries level increased, Sugar intake and levels of dental caries can be compared at there were increases in sugar supplies. Sreebny correlated the dental caries experience of primary dentition (dmft) of 5 and 6-year- where caries had decreased sugars supply had increased olds with sugar supplies data of 23 countries, and the and in 3 countries sugars declined and caries increased. For both age groups, confounding factors such as frequency of intake and use of signiﬁcant correlations were observed: þ0. In countries with an intake of sugar below 18 kg/person/yr (equivalent to ,50 g/person/d) (n ¼ 21) other than sucrose are contributing to total sugars intake. The countries with sugar supplies in corn syrup (similar to invert sugar) and in other excess of 44 kg/person/yr (120 g/person/d) had signiﬁ- industrialised countries the use of glucose syrups, fruit cantly higher levels of caries. This point is use of ﬂuoride dentifrice and availability of adequate well demonstrated by a later analysis by Woodward and amounts of ﬂuoride in water supplies within countries, Walker who did not ﬁnd such a strong association confounds the data. In this analysis where one can availability of dietary sugars presume that ﬂuoride was present in the community, no Populations that had reduced sugar availability during the association was found between sugar availability and Second World War years showed a reduction in dental caries levels in developed countries. However, Nada- caries which subsequently increased when the restriction 56 58–60 59 novsky pointed out that the reason for an absence of was lifted. Marthaler analysed availability of sugar in these countries, changing the level data from Switzerland and reanalysed wartime data from of sugar intake by a few kg/yr does not inﬂuence the caries Norway and New Zealand to look at annual caries 55 challenge. Woodward and Walker found that sugar increments rather than absolute whole mouth caries availability accounted for 28% of the variation in levels of experience and likewise found that caries increments dental caries. These analyses reported on amount considering the crudeness of the analysis which amount of sugar consumed only and did not investigate relates to different examiners and accuracy of sugar supply the effect of frequency of sugar consumption on caries. Their oral dental caries between 1943 and 1949 in areas of North hygiene was virtually absent and ﬂuoride exposure was England with both high and low water ﬂuoride low. More recently, Miyazaki and Morimoto the same age and socioeconomic background attending reported a signiﬁcant correlation (r ¼þ0. However, after World War, a reduction in intake of sugar was not an 12 years of age when the children’s association with the isolated dietary change and that intake of other home ended the rate of caries increased to levels observed 75 carbohydrates, e. The evidence concerning intake of starch A weakness of the data from observations of and dental caries will be considered in Section 3. As economic levels in such societies rise, the caemia; hence, all foods containing fructose and sucrose amount of sugar and other fermentable carbohydrates in are excluded from the diet. There is evidence to show that many groups of people with habitually high consumption of sugars also have Human intervention studies levels of caries higher than the population average, for Human intervention studies where intake of sugars has example, children with chronic diseases requiring long- been altered and caries development monitored are rare, 69 term sugar-containing medicines. Environmental partly due to the problems inherent in trying to prescribe 70 exposure to high sugars has also been studied: Anaise diets for the long period of time necessary to measure found that confectionery industry workers had 71% higher changes in caries development. Those that have been dental caries experience than factory workers from other reported are now decades old and were conducted in the 71 industries. Such studies would not be possible vations were made in an era prior to widespread use of to repeat today because of ethical constraints. The study investigated the tooth loss than ship-yard workers, after controlling for effects of consuming sugary foods of varying stickiness confounding factors. Despite reports by parent dentists of restricted intake of sweetened bread), (3) reﬁned sugars with a strong sugars by their children, the low dental caries experience tendency to be retained in the mouth, in-between meals of these children cannot be assumed to be due to low (e. The dietary regimes were given in two sugars intake as other preventive care is likely to be greater periods.
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