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BREASTFEEDING AND DENTAL CARIES

Selected Bibliography
July 2001

Aaltonen, A.S. and Tenovuo, J. Association between mother-infant salivary contacts and caries resistance in children: a cohort study. Ped Dentistry 1994; 16(2):110-16.

Abbey, L.M. Is breast feeding a likely cause of dental caries in young children? JADA 1979; 98:21-23.

Abbey, L.M. Author's comment. Breast-feeding and caries. JADA 1979; 98:692.

Abbey, L.M. Author's comment. Breast-feeding and caries. JADA 1979; 99:12.

Alaluusua, S. et al. Prevalence of caries and salivary levels of mutans streptococci in 5-year-old children in relation to duration of breastfeeding. Scand J Dent Res 1990; 98(3):193-96.

Arnold, R.R. et al. A bactericidal effect for human lactoferrin. Science 1977; 197:263-65.

Blackburn, S. Problems of preterm infants after discharge. JOGNN 1995; 24(1):43-49.

Blakey, M.L. et al. Frequency and chronological distribution of dental enamel hypoplasia in enslaved African Americans: a test of the weaning hypothesis. Am J Phys Anthro 1994; 95(4):371-83.

Campbell, O.A. Letters to the Editor. Breast-feeding and caries. JADA 1979; 98:692.

Crase, B.L. La Leche League International. Breastfeeding and Dental Caries Statement. February 1996.

Crawford, J.G. et al. Breast feeding vs. bottle feeding as related to dental caries incidence: a review of the literature. Is J Dent Med 1974; 23:19-26.

Erickson P.R. & Mazhari E. Investigation of the role of human breast milk in caries development. Am Acad Pediatr Dent 1999-2;21(2):86

Febres, C. et al. Parental awareness, habits, and social factors and their relationship to baby bottle tooth decay. Ped Dentistry 1997; 19(1):22-27.

Hashimoto, K. et al. Effects of maternal caffeine intake during lactation on molar enamel surfaces in new-born rats. Arch Oral Biol 1992; 37(2):105-09.

Holt, R.D. et al. Caries in pre-school children The Camden study. Br Dental J 1982; 153:107-09.

Jelliffe, D.B. and Jelliffe, E.F.P. Letters to the Editor. J Dent 1983; 11(4):361.

Kenny, D.J. and Somaya, P. Sugar load of oral liquid medications on chronically ill children. Journal 1989; 55(1):43-46.

Mandel, I.D. Nature vs. nurture in dental caries. JADA 1994; 125:1345-51.

Matee, M.I.N. et al. Nursing caries, linear hypoplasia, and nursing and weaning habits in Tanzanian infants. Comm Dent Oral Epide 1994; 22:289-93.

Matee, M.I.N. et al. Mutans streptococci and lactobacilli in breast-fed children with rampant caries. Caries Res 1992; 26:183-87

McMahon, J. et al. Diet and dental caries in preschool children. Eur J Clin Nutr 1993; 47:794-802.

Mellander, M. et al. Mineralization defects in deciduous teeth of low birthweight infants. Acta Paediatr Scand 1982; 71:727-33.

Messer, L.B. Assessing caries risk in children. Aust Dent J 00-3;45(1):10-16

Moggi-Cecchi, J. et al. Enamel hypoplasia and age at weaning in 19th-century Florence, Italy. Am J Phys Anthro 1994; 93:299-306.

Moss, S.J. To the Editor--Sleeping, breastfeeding infants and nursing decay syndrome. Nurs Practitioner 1989; 14(1):4.

Moss, M.E. Association of dental caries and blood lead levels. JAMA 1999-6-23/30;281(24):2294-98

Nakamoto, T. et al. Cariogenic effect of caffeine intake during lactation on first molars of newborn rats. Arch Oral Biol 1993; 38(10):919-22.

Ollila, P. et al. Risk factors for colonization of salivary lactobacilli and candida in children. Acta Odontol Scand 1997; 55(1):9-13.

Ollila, P. et al. Prolonged pacifier-sucking and use of a nursing bottle at night: possible risk factors for dental caries in children. Acta Odontol Scand 98-4; 56:233-37

Oulis, C. J. et al. Feeding practices of Greek children with and without nursing caries. Pediatric Dentist 1999-11/12; 21(7):409-16

Ozick, J. Tooth decay and mother's milk. JASPD 1975; n:24.

Palmer, B. Breastfeeding and infant caries; No connection. ABLM News and Views 2000; 6(4):27, 31

Pensyl, J.C. Does breastfeeding contribute to "bottle mouth syndrome"- CCL Family Foundations 1990; n:8-9.

Roberts, G.J. Is breast feeding a possible cause of dental caries?J Dent 1982; 10(4):346-52.

Roberts, G. Reply to Letters to the Editor. J Dent 1983; 11(4):361.

Roberts, G.J. et al. Patterns of breast and bottle feeding and their association with dental caries in 1- to 4-year-old South African children. 1. Dental caries prevalence and experience. Comm Dent Hlth 1993; 10:405-13.

Roberts, G.J. et al. Patterns of breast and bottle feeding and their association with dental caries in 1- to 4-year old South African children. 2. A case control study of children with nursing. Comm Dent Hlth 1994; 11:38- 41.

Schneider, P.E. et al. Effects of caffeine intake during gestation and lactation on the acid solubility of enamel in weanling rats. Caries Res 1995; 29:285-90.

Seow, W.K. Oral complications of premature birth. Aust Dent J 1986; 31(1):23-29.

Silver, D.H. Improvements in the dental health of 3-year-old Hertfordshire children after 8 years The relationship to social class. Br Dent J 1982; 152:179-83.

Sinton, J. et al. A systematic overview of the relationship between infant feeding caries and breastfeeding. Ont Dent 1998-11;75(9):23-27

Slavkin H.C. Streptococcus Mutans, early childhood caries and new opportunities. JADA 1999-12;130:1787-92

Snaer, W.R. Letters to the Editor. Breast-feeding and caries. JADA 1979; 98:691.

Snaer, W.R. Letters to the Editor. Breast-feeding and caries. JADA 1979; 99:11-12.

Tank, G. and Storvick, C.A. Caries experience of children one to six years old in two Oregon communities (Corvallis and Albany) III. Relation of diet to variation of dental caries. JADA 1965; 70:394-403.

Todd, R. and Gelbier, S. Dental caries prevalence in Vietnamese children and teenagers in three London boroughs. Br Dental J 1990; 168:24-26.

Torney, P.H. Prolonged, on-demand breastfeeding and dental caries--an investigation. M.Dent.Sc. thesis 1992.

Walton, J.L. and Messer, L.B. Dental caries and fluorosis in breast-fed and bottle-fed children. Caries Res 1981; 15:124-37.

Wendt, L.-K. et al. Analysis of caries-related factors in infants and toddlers living Sweden. Acta Odont Scand 1996; 54(2):131-37.

Wendt, L.-K. and Birkhed, D. Dietary habits related to caries development and immigrant status in infants and toddlers living in Sweden. Acta Odontol Scand 1995; 53(6):339-44.

Witz, R. To the Editor--Sleeping, breastfeeding infants and nursing decay syndrome. Nurs Practitioner 1989; 14(1):4.

Wright, G. The candy-coated teat. SWEET SUICIDE. Wynwood Press, New York 1989. 3:33-40,88.

Wright, G. Candy in your medicine chest. SWEET SUICIDE. Wynwood Press, New York 1989. 16:151-58, 195-96.

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