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MESA RODRIGUEZ, Nerina Yadira et al. Coffee Cariogenic Effects. ccm [online]. 2017, vol.21, n.3, pp.888-898. ISSN 1560-4381.

Coffee is a beverage that when is consumed alone, without sugar, is a natural beverage rich in benefits and protective, preventive, curative and medicinal properties. It is estimated that at least 30% of the world population consumes a cup of coffee once a day and, in Cuba it is considered one of the most commonly consumed. In addition to caffeine and other multicomponent, coffee is rich in phenolic compounds and melanoidins, beneficial effects for oral and overall health of the population; however, coffee consumption has traditionally been associated with a habit that does not benefit health, but motivated by that question was a review of the latest digital and printed literature 28 references indexed in the databases available at our fingertips to try to take part on the benefits associated with oral health with special emphasis on dental caries.

Palabras clave : dental caries; tooth decay; coffee; drinking coffee; coffee intake.

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