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Évaluation de la santé bucco-dentaire et de la condition physique des sportifs de haut niveau : à propos d’une étude épidémiologique réalisée à l’INSEP

  title={{\'E}valuation de la sant{\'e} bucco-dentaire et de la condition physique des sportifs de haut niveau : {\`a} propos d’une {\'e}tude {\'e}pid{\'e}miologique r{\'e}alis{\'e}e {\`a} l’INSEP},
  author={{\'E}douard Barloy},
Les recentes etudes evaluant l’hygiene bucco-dentaire chez le sportif de haut niveau montrent des resultats assez alarmants : ainsi, lors des JO de Londres en 2012, 75 % des sportifs sondes souffraient de gingivites tandis que 55 % presentaient une carie. Etant reconnu qu’il existe une relation entre la sante bucco-dentaire, la qualite de vie et les maladies systemiques, on peut se demander si cette mauvaise hygiene bucco-dentaire pourrait jouer un role sur la condition physique du sportif de… Expand


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