DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS : DENTAL HEALTH : TOOTH DECAY ; TEETH: CAVITIES : FOOD DRINK NUTRITION DIET SPORTS DRINKS: Comparative Database Search Results for the Topic of Sports Drinks and Tooth Decay

 

 

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Sour sweets and acidic beverage consumption are risk indicators for dental erosion.

Søvik JB, Skudutyte-Rysstad R, Tveit AB, Sandvik L, Mulic A.

Caries Res. 2015;49(3):243-50. doi: 10.1159/000371896. Epub 2015 Mar 4.

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Mouthguard and sports drinks on tooth surface pH.

Maeda Y, Yang TC, Miyanaga H, Tanaka Y, Ikebe K, Akimoto N.

Int J Sports Med. 2014 Sep;35(10):871-3. doi: 10.1055/s-0033-1364021. Epub 2014 Mar 6.

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Risk indicators associated with dental erosion among Jordanian school children aged 12-14 years of age.

Hamasha AA, Zawaideh FI, Al-Hadithy RT.

Int J Paediatr Dent. 2014 Jan;24(1):56-68. doi: 10.1111/ipd.12026. Epub 2013 Feb 24.

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Dietary factors associated with dental erosion: a meta-analysis.

Li H, Zou Y, Ding G.

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A comparison of sports and energy drinks–Physiochemical properties and enamel dissolution.

Jain P, Hall-May E, Golabek K, Agustin MZ.

Gen Dent. 2012 May-Jun;60(3):190-7; quiz 198-9.

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Patterns in consumption of potentially erosive beverages among adolescent school children in the Netherlands.

Gambon DL, Brand HS, Boutkabout C, Levie D, Veerman EC.

Int Dent J. 2011 Oct;61(5):247-51. doi: 10.1111/j.1875-595X.2011.00067.x.

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Analysis of the erosive effect of different dietary substances and medications.

Lussi A, Megert B, Shellis RP, Wang X.

Br J Nutr. 2012 Jan;107(2):252-62. doi: 10.1017/S0007114511002820. Epub 2011 Jun 30.

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Sports drinks and dental erosion.

Noble WH, Donovan TE, Geissberger M.

J Calif Dent Assoc. 2011 Apr;39(4):233-8.

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Elite athletes and oral health.

Bryant S, McLaughlin K, Morgaine K, Drummond B.

Int J Sports Med. 2011 Sep;32(9):720-4. doi: 10.1055/s-0031-1277192. Epub 2011 May 17.

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Pediatrician-recommended use of sports drinks and dental caries in 3-year-old children.

Kawashita Y, Fukuda H, Kawasaki K, Kitamura M, Hayashida H, Furugen R, Fukumoto E, Iijima Y, Saito T.

Community Dent Health. 2011 Mar;28(1):29-33.

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Children’s oral health-related behaviors: individual stability and stage transitions.

Tolvanen M, Lahti S, Poutanen R, Seppä L, Hausen H.

Community Dent Oral Epidemiol. 2010 Oct;38(5):445-52. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0528.2010.00549.x.

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Gulp! Sodas, sports drinks and juice vs. your teeth.

Harrison P.

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Are you drinking your teeth away? How soda and sports drinks dissolve enamel.

Buyer DM.

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Acidic beverages increase the risk of in vitro tooth erosion.

Ehlen LA, Marshall TA, Qian F, Wefel JS, Warren JJ.

Nutr Res. 2008 May;28(5):299-303. doi: 10.1016/j.nutres.2008.03.001.

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Occupation and sports.

Lussi A, Jaeggi T.

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The acidic and erosive potential of five sports drinks.

Rees J, Loyn T, McAndrew R.

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Sports drinks and dental erosion.

Coombes JS.

Am J Dent. 2005 Apr;18(2):101-4. Review.

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Adding casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate to sports drinks to eliminate in vitro erosion.

Ramalingam L, Messer LB, Reynolds EC.

Pediatr Dent. 2005 Jan-Feb;27(1):61-7.

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A methodology for testing the erosive potential of sports drinks.

Hooper SM, Hughes JA, Newcombe RG, Addy M, West NX.

J Dent. 2005 Apr;33(4):343-8. Epub 2004 Dec 25.

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Effects of sports drinks and other beverages on dental enamel.

von Fraunhofer JA, Rogers MM.

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Sports drinks hazard to teeth.

A Milosevic – British journal of sports medicine, 1997 – bjsm.bmj.com

OBJECTIVE: To determine the dental hazards associated with sports supplement drinks by
investigating the chemicophysical properties of eight brands of sports drinks. METHODS:
The pH and titratable acidity against 0.1 M NaOH was measured. Calcium, phosphate, 

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Sports supplement drinks and dental health in competitive swimmers and cyclists.

A Milosevic, MJ Kelly, AN McLean – British dental journal, 1997 – europepmc.org

 cyclists. To determine chemico-physical properties of the most popular sports drinks.
DESIGN: Descriptive, prevalence study of tooth wear and caries experience.
Questionnaire analysis of sports drinks usage. SETTING: Two 

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Relationship between sports drinks and dental erosion in 304 university athletes in Columbus, Ohio, USA

T Mathew, PS Casamassimo, JR Hayes – Caries research, 2002 – karger.com

Abstract Acidic soft drinks, including sports drinks, have been implicated in dental erosion
with limited supporting data in scarce erosion studies worldwide. The purpose of this study
was to determine the prevalence of dental erosion in a sample of athletes at a large 

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Adding casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate to sports drinks to eliminate in vitro erosion

L Ramalingam, LB Messer, EC Reynolds – Pediatric Dentistry, 2005 – ingentaconnect.com

 4. Nunn JH. Prevalence of dental erosion and the im- plications for oral health. Eur J Oral Sci
1996;104:156-161. 5. Milosevic A. Sports drinks hazard to teeth. Br J Sports Med
1997;31:28-30. 6. Coombes JS, Hamilton KL.  Caries Res 1995;29:349-354. 10. 

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Experimental sports drinks with minimal dental erosion effect

JH MEURMAN, M HÄRKÖNEN… – European Journal of …, 1990 – Wiley Online Library

 This can be anticipated to cause some increase in caries activity among the consumers
(22).  Since sports drinks are often consumed al- most by continuously sipping thetn
during exercise, detrimental efFects on teeth can be expected. 

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[PDF] Sports drinks and dental

JS Coombes – Am J Dent, 2005 – amjdent.com

 13. Lussi A, Kohler N, Zero D, Schaffner M, Megert B. A comparison of the erosive potential of
different beverages in primary and permanent teeth using an in vitro model.  Caries Res 2002;
36: 281-287. 27.  29. Murray B, Moss SJ. Sports drinks and tooth decay

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A methodology for testing the erosive potential of sports drinks

SM Hooper, JA Hughes, RG Newcombe, M Addy… – Journal of Dentistry, 2005 – Elsevier

 Sports drinks hazard to teeth. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 31 (1997), pp. 28–30. 
Experimental sports drinks with minimal dental erosion effect. Scandanavian Journal of Dental
Research, 98 (1990), pp. 120–128.  Caries Research, 32 (1998), pp. 135–140. 

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Effect of carbonated beverages, coffee, sports and high energy drinks, and bottled water on the in vitro erosion characteristics of dental enamel

M Kitchens, B Owens – Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry, 2007 – jocpd.org

 Twenty-eight previously extracted human posterior teeth free of hypocal- cification and caries
were used in  In recent years, a growing trend towards increased consumption of artificially
sweetened soft drinks, sports drinks, high-energy bev- erages, and coffee products has 

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[HTML] Dental caries and beverage consumption in young children

TA Marshall, SM Levy, B Broffitt, JJ Warren… – Pediatrics, 2003 – Am Acad Pediatrics

 fluoride exposures and the relationships between fluoride exposures and dental fluorosis and
caries 26 The teeth were dried, and a DenLite (Welch-Allyn Medical Products, Inc  regular (ie,
sweetened with sugar) soda pop, regular beverages from powder, and sports drinks

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In vitro erosion of bovine enamel caused by acidic drinks and other foodstuffs

I Rytömaa, JH Meurman, J Koskinen… – European Journal of …, 1988 – Wiley Online Library

 Most fruit juices and drinks, carbonated bever- ages, and sports drinks have a pH below 3.5
(22-24, Table 1). It has been shown that acidic drinks of pH 2.0—4.0 are unsaturated with respect
to hydroxyapatite and  Fruits and vegetables and dental caries Citrus acid and teeth

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Erosive effects of common beverages on extracted premolar teeth

WK Seow, KM Thong – Australian Dental Journal, 2005 – Wiley Online Library

 Relationship between sports drinks and dental erosion in 304 university athletes in Columbus,
Ohio, USA  Sorvari R. Effects of various sport drink modifications on dental caries and erosion
in  of the erosive potential of different beverages in primary and permanent teeth using an 

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Dental erosion and severe tooth decay related to soft drinks: a case report and literature review

R Cheng, H Yang, M Shao, T Hu, X Zhou – Journal of Zhejiang University …, 2009 – Springer

 395 Dental erosion and severe tooth decay related to soft drinks: a case report and literature
review*  Arrows: caries cavities; Arrowheads: white spot lesions (a) (b) (c) (d) Page 3.  Compared
with caries, dental erosion seems to have much stronger relationship with soft drinks. 

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A comparison of enamel erosion by a new sports drink compared to two proprietary products: a controlled, crossover study in situ

S Hooper, NX West, N Sharif, S Smith, M North… – Journal of Dentistry, 2004 – Elsevier

 Sports drinks hazard to teeth. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 31 (1997), pp. 28–30. 16. JA
Hughes, KD Jandt, N. Baker, D. Parker, RG Newcombe, M. Eisenburger, M. Addy; Further
modification to soft drinks to minimise erosion: a study in situ. Caries Research, 36 (2002), pp. 

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Demineralization effects of 10 percent carbamide peroxide

MS McCracken, VB Haywood – Journal of dentistry, 1996 – Elsevier

 Bleaching of vital and nonvital teeth. Curr Opin Dent, 2 (1992), pp. 142–149.  JH Meurman, M
Harkonen, H Naveri, J Koskinen, H Torkko, I Rytomaa, V Jarvinen, R Turunen; Experimental sports
drinks with minimal dental erosion effect. Scand J Dent Res, 98 (1990), pp. 120–128. 

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Intake of soft drinks, fruit-flavored beverages, and fruits and vegetables by children in grades 4 through 6

KW Cullen, DM Ash, C Warneke… – American Journal of …, 2002 – ajph.aphapublications.org

 ABSTRACT. Soft drinks supply about 20% to 24% of calories for 2- to 19-year-olds 1 and contribute
to excess calorie consumption 2– 4 and tooth decay. 5 Noncarbonated sports drinks and fruit drinks
also provide sugar and calories.  Caries Res. 2001;33:229–234. 

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[PDF] Pediatrician-recommended use of sports drinks and dental caries in 3-year-old children

Y Kawashita, H Fukuda, K Kawasaki… – Community dental …, 2011 – cdhjournal.org

Objectives: To determine whether children advised by a pediatrician to take sports drinks 
consume them more frequently than do other children and whether these children have an
increased risk of dental caries. Methods: The subjects were 522 mother/child pairs who 

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[PDF] The Erosive Potential of Soft Drinks on Enamel Surface Substrate: An

BM Owens, M Kitchens – Scanning Electron Microscopy …, 2007 – jaypeejournals.com

 Larsen MJ, Nyvad B. Enamel erosion by some soft drinks and orange juices relative to their pH,
buffering effect and contents of calcium phosphate. Caries Res. 1999;33:81-7. 18.  Am J Dent.
18:101-104, 2005. 25. Milosevic A. Sports drinks hazard to teeth. Br J Sports Med. 

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Doping in sport: doctors are providing drugs.

P Laure – British journal of sports medicine, 1997 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sports drinks and teeth EDITOR,-In a previous issue of this journal
Dr Milosevic published an article entitled “Sports drinks hazard to teeth“.  1 Milosevic A. Sports
drinks hazard to teeth. BrJ Sports Med 1997;31:28-30. Author’s reply 

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A longitudinal study of dental caries risk among very young low SES children

JJ Warren, K Weber‐Gasparoni… – … dentistry and oral …, 2009 – Wiley Online Library

 The children had an average of 6.8 teeth present (range 0–20) at baseline.  regression analysis
of baseline caries risk factors relationship to d2–3f caries after 18  sweetened beverages included
regular soda pop, sugared beverages made from powder, sports drinks, juice drinks 

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Effect of acidic food and drinks on surface hardness of enamel, dentine, and tooth-coloured filling materials

S Wongkhantee, V Patanapiradej, C Maneenut… – Journal of Dentistry, 2006 – Elsevier

 Campaigns have been waged concerning sugar products and dental caries. However, public
awareness on dental erosion, another form of tooth surface destruction, is not high.  The popularity
of sports drinks has raised questions about their erosive potential. 

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The Dental Hygienist’s Guide to Nutritional Care – Page 221

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Cynthia A. Stegeman, ‎Judi Ratliff Davis – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Energy drinks cause twice as much damage to teeth as sports drinks.34 Calcium added to sports drinks lessens the erosive potential to teeth. Research suggests enamel erosion with various beverages occurs in the following order (from …

Gold Medal Nutrition-5th Edition – Page 91

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Examples of fluids with a low pH are fruit juice, soft drinks (regular and diet) and sports drinks, all of which have the potential to dissolve the enamel ofteethSports drinks have been targeted as a cause of tooth enamel erosion, especially in …

Nutrition for Cyclists

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Jane Griffin – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

However, these drinks arecalled ‘sports drinks‘ for areason and theyshould not beused for social drinking orat nonexercise times, when a variety of other … Dentists find two major problems with sports drinks: decay and erosionof the teeth.

Sports Medicine for Sports Trainers

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Sports drinks are specially formulated drinks designed to improve performance during exercise and/or recovery after … periods should pay extra attention to dental hygiene as sports drinks are highly acidic and may lead to tooth decay. Rinsing …

Sport and Exercise Nutrition

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Susan A. Lanham-New, ‎Samantha Stear, ‎Susan Shirreffs – 2011 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

However, further research is needed to determine the ideal concentration of CH0 and electrolytes of sports drinks designed … 23A.10. Dental. caries. Parents are commonly concerned about the regular consumption of sports drinks and other …

Nutrition in Clinical Practice

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David L. Katz – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

The frequency of meals or snacks containing starch or sugar correlates directly with the formation of caries. … currently estimated that upto 30% to 50%of American teens use energy drinks andup to 62% drink sports drinksat least once a day),

Healthy Teeth for Kids: A Preventive Program: from … – Page 136

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Jerome S. Mittelman, ‎Jean Barilla, ‎Beverly Mittelman – 2001 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Beware of Sports Drinks Some parents may give their children sports drinks, thinking they are good. However, when eight sports drinks (including Gatorade and Carbolode) were tested for acidity, all were acidic enough to erode tooth enamel.

Your Child’s Teeth: A Complete Guide for Parents – Page 123

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Evelina Weidman Sterling, ‎Angie Best-Boss – 2013 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Read the labels—sweetened drinks • Use a straw to keep sugars and acids away from your teeth. usually have sugar … That acid damages the enamel ofthe teeth and can lead to cavities. … Sports drinks are not an improvement over sodas.

Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye: A Do-it-yourself Mouth Care … – Page 185

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A Do-it-yourself Mouth Care System for Healthy, Clean Gums and Teeth Ellie Phillips … As I discussed in the chapter on food for teethsports drinks and protein shakes oen contain sorbitol, a low-calorie sweetener that has received FDA safety …

Dental Erosion: From Diagnosis to Therapy – Page 86

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Adrian Lussi – 2006 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

10 Mistry M, Grenby TH: Erosion by soft drinks of rat molar teeth assessed by digital image analysis. Caries … 28 Hooper S, Hughes JA, Newcombe RG, Addy M, West NX: A methodology for testing the erosive potential ofsports drinks. J Dent …

Analyzing Sports Drinks: What’s Right for You? … – Page 20

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Nina Anderson, ‎I. Gerald Olarsch – 2002 – ‎Preview

As a key component of DNA, RNA, bones, and teeth, phosphorus plays an important role in energy metabolism of the cells affecting carbohydrates, fatty acids, and proteins. It is essential for bone formation and maintenance and stimulates …

American Journal of Dentistry – Volume 18 – Page 103

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This is the only study that has reported an association between sports drinks consumption and dental erosion. … and frequency of intake of acidic foods and drinks together with any drinking habits that prolonged exposure of the teeth to dietary …

Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, MyPlate Update – Page cxcviii

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figure Dental Caries 14-4 Enamel Dentin Caries Gum Crown Root canal Bone Pulp (blood vessels, nerves) Blood vessel … Beverages such as soft drinks, orange juice, and sports drinks not only contain sugar but also have a low pH, and their …

Handbook of Dairy Foods and Nutrition, Third Edition – Page 248

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Unlike dental caries, tooth enamel erosion (or dental erosion), which is the progressive loss of hard tissue from the … fruit juices, and acidic sports drinks, contribute to dental erosion and to the development of dental caries[9,11,17,21–23].

Your Child’s Smile – Page 97

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Chris Baker – 2011 – ‎Preview

This is the beginning of tooth decay 1 the right saliva 2 amount Q if there is enough flow, saliva helps to dilute the acids Q … including diet drinks, powdered drink mixes, including little packets of flavored powder for water bottles, sports drinks, …

Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning) – Page 79

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gums, and, because they are soft, insinuate themselves into the 30 spaces between the teeth, and, being hot, quickly … erosion among Olympic athletes, for example, problems attributed to their frequent consumption ofsports drinks.7 But …

The Michigan Alumnus – Page 32

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3 keep teeth strong and helps prevent cavities. Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire A related concern is America’s rising consumption of sports drinks. Of the $2.5 billion in annual sales of nutrition products, the largest component of the market is sports …

Sports Nutrition

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Foods with added sugars include sodas, energy drinks, sports drinks, grainbased desserts, and sugarsweetened fruit drinks. … with little or no nutrient value and also associated with increased risk for chronic disease as well as dental caries.

Health and Humor – Page 254

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Charles Frederick Schafer – 2008 – ‎Preview

They corrode and erode the tooth’s enamel (outer layer), and that leads to dental caries (cavities), which, when you think … study reported in General Dentistry: Sports beverages—one study discovered that the acid in sports drinks • damaged …

The Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition – Page 115

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A 2007 study comparing the ‘buffering capacity’ of various drinks found that popular sports drinks and energy drinks have a greater … Best advice is to drink quickly to minimise contact with the teeth, use chilled drinks (they are less erosive) …

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Bodybuilding supplementation and tooth decay

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Mouthguard and Sports Drinks on Tooth Surface pH

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Caries management: science and clinical practice

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Are you drinking your teeth away? How soda and sports drinks dissolve enamel

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Dental erosion and severe tooth decay related to soft drinks: a case report and literature review

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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE B, 05/2009, Volume 10, Issue 5

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Soft drinks have many potential health problems. The inherent acids and sugars have both acidogenic and cariogenic potential, resulting in dental caries and potential enamel erosion…

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Sports drinks hazard to teeth

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Objective-To determine the dental hazards associated with sports supplement drinks by investigating the chemicophysical properties of eight brands of sports drinks

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Pediatrician-recommended use of sports drinks and dental caries in 3-year-old children

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Sports drinks and dental erosion

by Noble, Warden H; Donovan, Terence E; Geissberger, Marc

Journal of the California Dental Association, 04/2011, Volume 39, Issue 4

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…. High intake of sports drinks during exercise, coupled with xerostomia from dehydration, may lead to the possibility of erosive damage to teeth.

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Relationship between sports drinks and dental erosion in 304 university athletes in Columbus, Ohio, USA

by Mathew, Tanya; Casamassimo, Paul S; Hayes, John R

Caries Research, 07/2002, Volume 36, Issue 4

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…  Key Words Athletes * Dental erosion * Sports drinks Abstract Acidic soft drinks, including sports drinks, have been implicated in dental erosion with limited…

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Calcium orthophosphates in dentistry

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JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN MEDICINE, 06/2013, Volume 24, Issue 6

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Dental caries, also known as tooth decay or a cavity, remains a major public health problem in the most communities even though the prevalence of disease has decreased since the introduction of fluorides for dental care…

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A methodology for testing the erosive potential of sports drinks

by Hooper, S.M; Hughes, J.A; Newcombe, R.G; more…

Journal of Dentistry, 2005, Volume 33, Issue 4

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New Findings on Sports Medicine Described by Investigators at National Taiwan University (Mouthguard and Sports Drinks on Tooth Surface pH)

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Association of sports drinks with weight gain among adolescents and young adults

by Field, Alison E; Sonneville, Kendrin R; Falbe, Jennifer; more…

Obesity, 10/2014, Volume 22, Issue 10

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Effects of sports drinks on color stability of nanofilled and microhybrid composites after long-term immersion

by Erdemir, Ugur; Yildiz, Esra; Eren, Meltem Mert

Journal of Dentistry, 12/2012, Volume 40, Issue 2

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Objectives: This study assessed the effects of three sports drinks on the color stability of two nanofilled and two microhybrid composite materials after 1-month and 6-month periods…

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Sports drinks and teeth (multiple letters) [1]

by Brouns, F; Muntjewerf, L; Milosevic, A

British Journal of Sports Medicine, 1997, Volume 31, Issue 3

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ENERGY AND SPORTS DRINKS ASSOCIATED WITH ENAMEL DISSOLUTION, RESEARCHERS REPORT

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Methodology fir testing the erosive potential of sports drinks

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JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY, 04/2005, Volume 33, Issue 4

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Sports drinks trial finds high levels of tooth erosion

British Dental Journal, 03/2005, Volume 198, Issue 6

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…Scientists at the University of Birmingham are warning athletes that continued use of high performance sports drinks can lead to alarming levels of tooth

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Sports drinks hazard to teeth.

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Sports drinks and teeth.

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Energy, Sports Drinks Destroy Teeth, Says Study – ABC News

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Sports And Energy Beverages Bathe Teeth In Erosive Acids … but still significant extent, sports drinks — strip away the protective enamel layer of teeth. … 2011: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k11/WEB_DAWN_089/WEB_DAWN_089.htm … Board do not endorse any of the procedures or technologies presented on this site.

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2. Mouthguard and Sports Drinks on Tooth Surface pH.

International Journal of Sports Medicine2014

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Pediatrician-recommended use of sports drinks and dental caries in 

Community Dent Health. 2011 Mar;28(1):29-33. Pediatrician-recommended use of sports drinks and dental caries in 3-year-old children. Kawashita Y(1) …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21485231

 

 

Sports drinks hazard to teeth.

Br J Sports Med. 1997 Mar;31(1):28-30. Sports drinks hazard to teeth. Milosevic A (1). Author information: (1)Department of Clinical Dental Sciences, School of …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9132205

 

 

Effects of sports drinks and other beverages on dental enamel.

Gen Dent. 2005 Jan-Feb;53(1):28-31. Effects of sports drinks and other beverages on dental enamel. von Fraunhofer JA(1), Rogers MM. Author information:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15779219

 

 

Relationship between sports drinks and dental erosion in 304 

Caries Res. 2002 Jul-Aug;36(4):281-7. Relationship between sports drinks and dental erosion in 304 university athletes in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Mathew T(1) …

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Are you drinking your teeth away? How soda and sports drinks 

How soda and sports drinks dissolve enamel. … Carbonated Beverages/adverse effects*; Dental Caries/etiology; Dental Enamel Solubility*; Drinking Behavior …

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Mouthguard and sports drinks on tooth surface pH.

Mar 6, 2014  The influence of sports drinks and mouthguards on the pH level of tooth …caries, while wearing a mouthguard after consuming sports drinks is.

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Dental erosion and severe tooth decay related to soft drinks: a case 

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Keywords: Dental erosion, Caries, Soft drinks, Toothbrushing. Go to: …. Even the sports drinks have a stronger softening effect than fruit juices (Lussi et al., 1995; …

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Sports drinks and dental erosion.

Sports drinks were originally developed to improve hydration and performance in … from dehydration, may lead to the possibility of erosive damage to teeth.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21675676

 

 

Sports supplement drinks and dental health in competitive 

Apr 26, 1997  To determine chemico-physical properties of the most popular sports drinks. DESIGN: Descriptive, prevalence study of tooth wear and caries …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9154709

Sports drinks trial finds high levels of tooth erosion : Article : British 

Mar 26, 2005  However, the study points to low-erosion technology that could mean sports drinks are as harmless to teeth as water. Previous trials ofsports …

http://www.nature.com/bdj/journal/v198/n6/full/4812242a.html

Sports drinks and dental erosion.

Am J Dent. 2005 Apr;18(2):101-4. Sports drinks and dental erosion. Coombes JS (1). Author information: (1)School of Human Movement Studies, University of …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15973827

 

 

Update in Pediatrics: To Take or Not to Take Soft Drinks, Sports or 

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Sports drinks are some flavored beverages containing carbohydrates, minerals, … dentalcavities (4) due to acidic pH, low nutrient levels and in adults the risk for  …

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Sugar-Free Sodas, Candy Can Still Damage Your Teeth

MONDAY, Nov. 30, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Even sugar-free

sodas, sports drinks and candy can damage your teeth, a new study warns. Australian …

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Oral health and elite sport performance

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Sep 28, 2014  Nutritional intake, including usual diet, sports drinks and supplements is a major determinant of oral health, including dental caries, periodontal …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4316856/

Acidic beverages increase the risk of in vitro tooth erosion

@U.S. National Library of Medicine – Bethesda MD

The pH of 100% juices, regular sodas, diet sodas and sports drinks upon opening, … Dentalcaries, on the other hand, is the site-specific acid destruction of tooth …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2516950/

 

 

Sweeteners – sugars: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

However, popular “vitamin-type” waters, sports drinks, coffee drinks, and energy … not result in as much of a rise in blood sugar after meals or cause tooth decay.

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002444.htm

Elite athletes and oral health.

May 17, 2011  Sports drinks were consumed by 83.9% of the triathletes while … of elite triathletes is consistent with a high risk profile for caries and erosion.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21590645

 

 

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Jun 1, 2005  Study results published in General Dentistry have found that sports drinksare more damaging to teeth than cola when consumed on a regular …

http://www.aafp.org/afp/2005/0601/p2041.html

Health Warning Labels Might Help Parents Skip the Soda Aisle 

Jan 14, 2016  Survey suggests warnings of tooth decay, obesity, diabetes could … might consider healthy, such as sports drinks, may have high sugar levels.

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_156707.html

 

 

Effects of rehydration and food consumption on salivary flow, pH and 

@U.S. National Library of Medicine – Bethesda MD

Oct 28, 2013  In general, dental caries and erosion seen in athletes are thought to be … consumption of sports drinks and foods, and poor brushing of teeth …

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4015629/

One lesson from this collection of database search results is that PUBMED, as much as medical libraries and medical researchers depend on this database, is not only not the only place to find resources on medical topics, but frequently may not be the best or most productive source. Failure to use a group of databases in research can greatly limit the results found and cause the searcher or researcher to miss many valuable resources on their research topics.

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