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Briefing paper: maltodextrins and caries

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Maltodextrins are not sweeteners but are added to wide variety of food and drink products for their physical and chemical properties. Although evidence is sparse at present, they must be considered to be potentially cariogenic

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Levine, R. Briefing paper: maltodextrins and caries. Br Dent J 185, 392 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.4809824

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