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Sucres et santé bucco-dentaire

Michèle Muller-bolla, Sophie Doméjean

Publication date: Available online 9 November 2018

Source: Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique

Author(s): Michèle Muller-Bolla, Sophie Doméjean

Résumé

En 2015, l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé recommande que les apports en sucres libres ne soient pas supérieurs à 5 % des apports quotidiens, tout au long de la vie, afin de notamment prévenir ou intercepter la maladie carieuse. Cet article rappelle le rôle des sucres dans différentes pathologies bucco-dentaires variables en fonction de l’âge. Il souligne l’intérêt de l’évaluation du risque carieux pour prévenir les lésions carieuses.

Summary

In 2015, the World Health Organisation recommended that, throughout the lifecourse, free sugar intakes must not exceed 5% of total energy intake in order to prevent dental caries. This article reviews the role of sugars in oral health according to the age. It underlights the interest of caries risk assessment to prevent carious lesions.

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