Exposure to flour dust and the level of abrasion of hard tooth tissues among the workers of flour mills.

T T Bachanek 1, R R Chalas 1, A A Pawlowicz 1, B B Tarezydto 1
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Ann Agric Environ Med
1999; 6 (2):
ICID: 4601
 
 
A study of the oral health of workers in flour mills was carried out. The examined group consisted of 40 males and 8 females currently employed at flour mills. As much as 93.75% of the workers showed evidence of dental abrasion, particularly of the front teeth. The authors concluded that the dental abrasions in the group are closely related to the work environment.
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