. Dans-l-'île-de-man, la prevalence de l'érosion était seulement de 20% chez les adolescents de 13?14 ans

L. En-revanche and . Prévalence, observée dans la population étudiée était supérieure à celles enregistrées dans d'autres pays européens tous situés au nord de la France, Ces dernières égalaient ?3% des enfants de 10?13 ans ou 30% des 15?16 ans scolarisés à La Haye, Pays?Bas (42) en référence à l'indice de Lussi, 1196.

. Deux, 41, 46, 47) des trois études qui avaient considéré l'éventuel rôle des boissons pour sportifs dans l'expérience érosive, 69?71) ont mis en évidence leur association avec les lésions érosives au contraire de notre étude dans laquelle elles étaient rarement consommées

?. Médicaments, association médicaments?érosion, non mise en évidence dans notre étude a été indiquée dans les deux études (4, 40, 41, 58) qui l'avait recherchée. Nous expliquons ces résultats par le faible pourcentage de sujets interrogés (environ 10%) qui consommaient de la vitamine C effervescente dans notre étude et

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