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www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/10/why-do-good-athletes-have-bad-teeth/280874

Oct 29, 2013 ... Olympic athletes—typically revered as the paragon of what a human body can be and do—are apparently not doing great where their teeth are ...

www.medicaldaily.com/athletes-more-likely-have-poor-dental-health-how-exercise-may-lead-bad-teeth-305018

Sep 25, 2014 ... Athletes More Likely To Have Poor Dental Health: How Exercise May Lead To ... Research has shown time and again that exercise is the single best ... What the authors discovered was that it had to do with a change in saliva ...

www.dietdoctor.com/footballers-and-olympic-athletes-have-bad-teeth-heres-why

Nov 5, 2015 ... Footballers and Olympic Athletes Have Bad Teeth – Here's Why ... Four out of ten have cavities and they often have worse teeth than the general population, despite otherwise being in good ... Do you want great teeth?

www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/10/01/oral-health-olympic-athletes-_n_4023567.html

Oct 1, 2013 ... BC · Alberta · World · US Politics · US Business · Sports · Tech · Highline · Style · Healthy Living .... The researchers found that more than half of the athletes had tooth ... abilities -- do not have sufficient support for their oral health needs, ... Previous studies have suggested poor oral health in athletes may be ...

news.nationalpost.com/sports/olympics/garbage-mouth-why-many-olympic-athletes-have-terrible-dental-problems

May 16, 2014 ... 'Garbage mouth': Why many Olympic athletes have terrible dental ... bad dental hygiene: The version of me with good dental hygiene will be ...

www.myplatinumdental.com/blog/2016/august/why-olympic-athletes-often-have-bad-teeth.aspx

Aug 8, 2016 ... Why Olympic Athletes Often have Bad Teeth ... gingivitis, and other dental problems plague the athletes at a rate higher than does the average American. ... Dr. Chavez, a great dentist in Provo, is a huge fan of the Olympics.

www.sportsdietitians.com.au/factsheets/fuelling-recovery/dental-health-for-athletes

Athletes consult with their Sports Physicians and Physiotherapists for physical ... or win you this year's Best & Fairest, the consequences of poor oral health can ... Dental professionals have been concerned for some time about increasing rates ... of sports drink (also called a “water chaser”) does not prevent dental erosion.

www.carefreedental.com/resources/13-dental-health/90-why-sports-drinks-are-destroying-athletes-teeth

Mar 3, 2016 ... Keeping your body healthy is crucial as an athlete. ... Interestingly, a study by the British Journal of Sports Medicine has found a trend between the consumption of energy/sports drinks and poor dental health among athletes. .... Affordable Care Act. This plan does not meet the minimum creditable coverage ...

arstechnica.com/science/2016/08/your-teeth-are-probably-better-than-an-olympians

Aug 17, 2016 ... Many Olympic athletes have dental problems—but getting care isn't always easy. ... for poor oral health, athletes don't have better dental care—especially given the ... Yes, some sports administrations do overlook oral health.

well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/09/24/is-exercise-bad-for-your-teeth

Sep 24, 2014 ... Vigorous exercise is good for almost all of the body — except perhaps the teeth, ... There have been hints in the past that athletes could have a ...