So I was driving thru the drive thru of Krispy Kream (Can't stand the crap, it's like raw sugar but I needed a drink,) and I was already sick in smelling the raw sugar in the air upon approaching the place. This after thousands of dollars of dental work having been done in the last couple of years. While there I had a question. The overwhelming sugar in the air at this place, does it deposit itself on one's teeth as an employee and can that by way of mandated full coverage dental insurance be considered a work place occupational hazzard if air born? Thus more specifically, is sugar something that by smell and atmosphere carries some part of that sugar within the air born scent or it is it just a smell that could never cause a cavity? I also kind of wonder if those at the casheer or especially drive thru are more prone to cavities than those working with the actual donuts?