Feingold 1977: Food additives in dentistry

feingoldJournal of the American Society for Preventive Dentistry, 1977 Jan-Feb;7(1):13-5.

QUOTE:   “The presence of food additives in products used in dental procedures may have serious consequences for many patients. Hyperactivity and learning disabilities as well as buccal, gingival and oral cankers have occurred following the use of diagnostic aids. Furthermore, hyperkinetic patients, whose symptoms have been controlled by withdrawal of all artificial colors and flavors from their diets, have suffered relapses following a dental visit. These problems should be recognized by practitioners because only by the concerted efforts of professionals in the field will diagnostic aids free of artificial color and flavor become available.”

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