Soda Consumption May Increase Risk of Dental Caries in Primary Teeth of Low-income African Americans

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Abstract

ARTICLE TITLE and BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

Dental caries development among African American children: results from a 4-year longitudinal study.

ARTICLE TITLE and BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

Lim S, Tellez M, Ismail AI. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2015;43(3):200-207.

REVIEWERS

Masahiro Heima, DDS, PhD, Peter Milgrom, DDS

PURPOSE/QUESTION

The authors conducted a secondary analysis of data from Detroit Dental Health Project to examine associations between new dental caries development and individual-level, family-level, and environmental risk factors over 4 years.

SOURCE of FUNDING

This research was supported by National Institute on Dental and Craniofacial Research grant number U54DE14261, the Delta Dental Fund of Michigan, and the University of Michigan Office of Vice President for Research

TYPE of STUDY/DESIGN

Retrospective cohort study

LEVEL of EVIDENCE

Level 2: Limited-quality, patient oriented evidence

STRENGTH of RECOMMENDATION GRADE

Not applicable

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