Sugarrich Diets and Oral Health

2020 Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology  
Sugar eating is highly prejudiced by several social cultures, activities, biological and ecological factors which results to be the leading risk factor for dental caries as well as other oral diseases. A diet has a complete consequence on the veracity of the oral cavity that includes oral mucosa, alveolar bone, teeth,and periodontal tissue. It is ahead of our debate that the sugar-rich foods consumed can result ina risk on the integrity of our teeth. There is a direct impact on oral health
more » ... on oral health because of the consumption of sugar. There has to be a noteworthy impact on serving to restrain the global outbreak of dental caries if we can reduce the amount of sugar consumption that has been extensively ignored compared to other health issues and is a foremost global public health problem distressing individuals, health systems as well as economies. This review article discusses the consumption of sugars, various forms of sugary diets in our daily intake, and its effect on oral health.
doi:10.37506/ijfmt.v14i4.12980 fatcat:zz276dtwmfb2jnupton74asx74