*  Know Your Teeth - Infobites - What Is Tooth Erosion? -- Search By Keyword, Letter or Phrase - 1-877-2X-A-YEAR (1-877-292-9327)

... or tooth wear, is the loss of tooth structure. Basically, tooth erosion refers to the wearing away of the hard part of your ... Tooth erosion, or tooth wear, is the loss of tooth structure. Basically, tooth erosion refers to the wearing away of the hard ... What Is Tooth Erosion?. Causes of Tooth Erosion. Signs of Tooth Erosion. Prevent Tooth Erosion. ... The acid in the foods we eat and drink can cause tooth enamel to wear away, making teeth sensitive, cracked, and discolored. ...
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*  Dental Books: Tooth Erosion (Prevention & Treatment)

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*  What are some historical facts about toothpaste? | Reference.com

How do you restore enamel after tooth erosion?. A: To restore enamel after tooth erosion, cut down on acidic and sugary foods, ... Later developments in the century included toothpaste recipes for tooth sensitivities.. Other recipes fight bad breath or work ... A: Enamel-strengthening toothpaste does make the enamel more acid-resistant; however, it doesn't strengthen the tooth ... Toothpaste manufacturers in the early 1900s added fluoride to toothpaste in order to fight tooth decay. Beginning in 1975, ...
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*  Acid Erosion: Fruit Juices and Sodas Ruin Your Teeth

A recent study showed that a considerable percentage of adults showed some evidence of acid erosion after consumption of fruit ... What Is Acid Erosion?. Acid erosion or dental erosion is where tooth enamel is damaged due to being attacked by the acid or ... How Is Acid Erosion Treated?. Our dentists at the Cosmetic Dentistry Center can regularly examine your teeth for signs of acid ... Tooth enamel is extremely hard and protects the softer layers of the tooth that lie underneath. However when exposed to acid, ...
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*  Beware Of Drinking Too Much Sports Drinks. They Can Cause Tooth Erosion - 1 Now Travel

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*  Is sparkling water bad for your teeth? Dentists weigh in - TODAY.com

What are the warning signs of enamel erosion?. They include tooth sensitivity to cold or hot foods. You may also see your teeth ... That's where the potential for dental erosion comes in, because the acid in drinks and foods can wear away your tooth enamel. ... Most people are concerned about cavities and gum disease, so tooth erosion is somewhat of an overlooked condition because it's ... You may also see notches - areas of erosion - at the neck of the tooth. ...
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*  Category:US National Archives series: Historic Photos, compiled ca. 1920 - ca. 1960 - Wikimedia Commons

Erosion North of Olallie Ranger Station, Deschutes Forest, Oregon 1922. - NARA - 299222.jpg 3,000 × 1,758; 2.41 MB. ... Erythronium Parviflorum (Dog Tooth Violet), Umatilla, Oregon. 1920. - NARA - 299128.tif 2,262 × 3,000; 6.47 MB. ... Erosion North of Olallie Ranger Station, Deschutes Forest, Oregon 1922. - NARA - 299222.tif 3,000 × 1,758; 5.03 MB. ... Erythronium Parviflorum (Dog Tooth Violet), Umatilla, Oregon. 1920. - NARA - 299128.jpg 2,262 × 3,000; 847 KB. ...
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*  Does N.C. Pregnancy Medicaid cover A dental partial plate? Doctor Answers, Tips

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*  Tooth Erosion

This site has been compiled to give additional information about matters involving Dentistry with a belief that patients should do research regarding any dental matter before embarking on the treatment. The more information the patient has, the better; as this allows a more, in-depth discussion with your dentist regarding your treatment options.. It is vital to know that this site is not a substitute for a consultation with your dentist. The view shown in this site may not be the same as those expressed by your dentist. Use this site wisely so you will be able to improve the communication between you and your dentist. Always verify what you have learned with your dentist.. No responsibility can be accepted for any injury suffered as a direct or indirect result of the information contained in this site. ...
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*  Acid Reflux From Chronic Heartburn May Damage Teeth | Doctors Lounge

THURSDAY, March 8 (HealthDay News) -- If you have chronic heartburn, it's not only your esophagus that you should be worried about. New research reveals how the condition known as gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, can severely damage your teeth thanks to an influx of acid into the mouth. The study, which followed patients over six months, found that almost half of those with the condition suffered much worse tooth wear and erosion than healthy people. The disease can ultimately lead to thin, sharp and pitted teeth. "We hope we can raise awareness that gastroesophageal reflux disease, a condition quite common in any population, is able to cause tooth damage. Dental professionals are mostly aware of tooth erosion, but the public may not be," said study lead author Dr. Daranee Tantbirojn, an associate professor in the department of restorative dentistry at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. GERD, which ...
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*  LaserDennisT: Sweet Treat or Life Sentence?

STOP the continuous acid and sugar attack on your teeth by limiting the quantity of soft drinks and sports drinks and instead choosing healthy drinks such as milk and water. Reduce the size of the drink and use a straw to draw the damaging liquid away from your teeth. Food consumed with acidic drinks can often help counteract acid attacks. Most important is to brush your teeth with fluoridated toothpaste before bed to reduce bacteria and to help harden your enamel. Wait at least one hour after drinking an acidic drink to brush your teeth to allow your saliva to begin the repair process. Drinking and swishing with water can also help ...
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*  Free Downloads | Drinks Destroy Teeth

A primary goal of the Drinks Destroy Teeth program is to arm kids, teachers, dentists and other health professionals with a collection of free resources to spread the word about dental erosion. On this page you will find links to download our acidity brochure, lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations and also a list of links to other dental erosion campaigns.. ...
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(1/117) Dental erosion in a group of British 14-year-old, school children. Part I: Prevalence and influence of differing socioeconomic backgrounds.

OBJECTIVES: To establish the prevalence of erosion in a cluster random sample of 14- year-olds in Birmingham UK. To determine whether socioeconomic group influences the prevalence of erosion. METHODS: The study group consisted of a cluster random sample of 14-year-old school children in Birmingham UK: 418 children were examined from 12 different schools; 209 were male and 209 female. The level of tooth wear was recorded using a modification of the (TWI) index of Smith and Knight (1984). The ACORN classification was used to assess the socioeconomic status of all children. RESULTS: Results showed that 48% of the children had low erosion, 51% had moderate erosion and only 1% had severe erosion. There were statistically significant differences between males and females; more males had buccal/labial and lingual/palatal tooth surface erosion than females (Chi-square analysis P < 0.001). There was also significantly more erosion observed in teenagers in the lowest socioeconomic categories. CONCLUSION: It was concluded that moderate levels of dental erosion are common in 14-year-old school children and this may lead to increasing clinical problems. There was significantly more erosion in children from low socioeconomic groups. Possible aetiological factors need to be investigated further.  (+info)

(2/117) Dental erosion in a group of British 14-year-old school children. Part II: Influence of dietary intake.

OBJECTIVES: The aims of the present study were first to investigate the dietary intake pattern of UK teenagers and secondly to determine the relationship, if any, between dental erosion and dietary intake in these children. METHODS: The study group consisted of a cluster random sample of 14-year-old school children in Birmingham, UK: 418 children were examined from 12 different schools; 209 were male and 209 female. Data on the rate and frequency of consumption of drinks, foods, and fruits were obtained from a self-reported questionnaire supplemented by a structured interview. The data were analysed using SPSS with Chi-square, and Spearman correlation analysis. RESULTS: Over 80% of the teenagers regularly consumed soft drinks but approximately half of these children had a relatively low weekly consumption. However, 13% and 10% respectively had more than 22 intakes per week of cola and other carbonated drinks. Almost a quarter of these 14-year-olds had alcoholic drinks, with significantly more males than females involved (Chi-square P < 0.05) . Girls had a greater intake of fruits. Statistically significant correlations were found between the prevalence of erosion and the consumption of soft drinks, carbonated beverages, alcohol drinks, fresh fruits, Vitamin-C tablets and foodstuffs (Spearman correlation analysis P < 0.05). CONCLUSION: It was concluded that consumption particularly of soft drinks was high and common in teenage school children in Birmingham, UK. In addition there was a relationship between dental erosion and acidic dietary intake. Further investigation of the erosive potential of these drinks and foods is required.  (+info)

(3/117) Tooth surface pH during drinking of black tea.

OBJECTIVES: To investigate the composition of black tea in terms of its erosive potential. To determine the pH profile at the palatal surface of anterior and posterior sites of the dentition after drinking black tea. METHODS: Tea solution was analysed for its pH and anion composition to provide information on its acid content. A group of ten healthy subjects, aged 21-23 years were monitored for tooth surface pH on the palatal aspects of the maxillary anterior dentition and the maxillary molar dentition after drinking tea using a micro-pH electrode mounted on a vinyl splint. RESULTS: The pH of the tea solution was 4.9 and the major anions detected were oxalate and citrate. Tooth surface pH monitoring indicated that only small decreases in pH of less than 1 pH unit were observed after drinking tea and the minimum mean pH reached was 5.45. Maximum decrease in pH was observed after 20-25 seconds and resting pH levels were restored within approximately 2 minutes after drinking. CONCLUSION: The pH and anion profile of black tea are indicative of low acid composition. The very small pH decreases observed at the tooth surface after drinking tea indicate that it may be safely recommended as a substitute for more acidic drinks as a part of preventive measures for dental erosion.  (+info)

(4/117) Occupational exposure to airborne proteolytic enzymes and lifestyle risk factors for dental erosion--a cross-sectional study.

This study examined the hypothesis that occupational exposure to airborne proteolytic enzymes is associated with dental erosions on the facial surfaces of exposed teeth. Individuals (n = 425) working at a pharmaceutical and biotechnological enterprise (Novozymes A/S) were examined; their mean age was 35 years (range = 18-67 years) and 143 (34%) were women. Two hundred and two of these individuals were newly employed by the company. Occupational exposure was assessed from questionnaire and workplace information. For practical analytical purposes, individuals were categorized as either previously exposed to proteolytic enzymes or not. Information on relevant lifestyle factors and medical history was obtained from a questionnaire. The main effect measure was facial erosion, but lingual erosion indices and the presence of Class V restorations were also considered. The validity of these measures was shown to be very high. Adjusted for potential confounders, there was no association between history of occupational exposure to proteolytic enzymes and prevalent facial or lingual erosion. With respect to prevalence of Class V restorations, the association was significant. The present study did not support directly our primary hypothesis that occupational exposure to airborne proteolytic enzymes is associated with dental erosions on the facial surfaces of exposed teeth. However, the results indicate that exposure to proteolytic enzymes may lead to pronounced tooth substance loss, demanding treatment.  (+info)

(5/117) Morphological classification of dental lesions induced by various antitumor drugs in mice.

To characterize and compare maxillary incisor lesions caused by various antitumor drugs, male BALB/c mice were given a single intravenous injection of an estimated 10% lethal dose (LD10)) of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU), adriamycin (ADR), mitomycin C (MMC), vinblastine sulfate (VBL). taxotere (TXR), irinotecan hydrochloride (CPT-11), DX-8951f, or cisplatin (CDDP). After 3, 5, 10, 15, and 60 days, the animals were sacrificed, and the maxillary incisors were examined microscopically. The dental lesions observed were classified into 4 different types on the basis of their morphological features. The lesion due to 5-FU was characterized by focal defects in the dentin, and this injury was reversible (transient dentin injury). ADR- or MMC-induced lesions were defined by abnormal structure of the apical aspect of the tooth and irregular odontogenesis, lasting for a long period (persistent apical injury). Treatment with VBL or TXR showed irregular enamel formation and abnormal dentinogenesis. Their targets were considered to be both immature and mature odontogenic cells (diffuse dental injury). Exposure to CPT-11, DX-8951f, or CDDP elicited minor reductions in a few precursor cells in the epithelial sheath on day 3, but no prominent dental abnormalities were seen thereafter (nontoxic injury). In conclusion, antitumor drugs can cause a variety of dental lesions that vary temporally and spatially, making histopathological examination of the maxillary incisor an important component of the safety assessment process for novel antitumor drugs.  (+info)

(6/117) Modern methods for assessing the cariogenic and erosive potential of foods.

Assessment of the acidogenic and cariogenic erosive potential of foods requires the use of reproducible and standardised methods. The methodology laid down at the San Antonio conference in 1985 remain today the basis for research on and the testing of foods. The 1999 workshop has updated the appropriate methodology and introduced guidelines on the testing of erosive potential of foods. It is to be hoped that researchers wishing to evaluate foods and their effect on the teeth will continue to use these methods.  (+info)

(7/117) Dietary advice in dental practice.

This paper aims to provide dental health professionals with practical advice to pass on to patients about diet and dental health. Sugars are the most important dietary factor contributing to dental caries. Different foods carry different dental health risks; those containing non-milk, extrinsic sugars are potentially the most damaging. In the UK, sugared soft drinks and confectionery contribute approximately 50% to total intake of non-milk extrinsic sugars. Patients should be encouraged to reduce the frequency of intake of sugary foods. Intake of acidic foods and drinks contributes to dental erosion and consumption of such foods should also be limited. Dietary advice to dental patients should be positive and personalized if possible and can be in line with dietary recommendations for general health. These are to increase the consumption of starchy staple foods (eg bread, potatoes and unsweetened cereals), vegetables and fruit and to reduce the consumption of sugary and fatty foods.  (+info)

(8/117) Dental erosion in gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Dentists are often the first health care professionals to diagnose dental erosion in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) is the passage of gastric contents into the esophagus, and GERD is defined as symptoms or complications of GER. Twenty-four-hour monitoring of esophageal pH is helpful in diagnosing GERD. Treatment of dental erosion resulting from GERD involves a multidisciplinary approach among family physician, dentist, prosthodontist, orthodontist and gastroenterologist. When possible, dental erosion should be treated with minimal intervention, and such treatment should include control of microflora, remineralization, adhesive restorations and use of biomimetic materials.  (+info)



acid


  • The acid in the foods we eat and drink can cause tooth enamel to wear away, making teeth sensitive, cracked, and discolored. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • A recent study showed that a considerable percentage of adults showed some evidence of acid erosion , and those with more significant damage were more likely to have consumed fruit juices and sugary sodas. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • Many fruit juices and sodas contain at least 6 teaspoons of sugar and more often than not are served in large portion sizes, increasing the risk of acid erosion and tooth decay . (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • Another issue with drinking these types of beverages is that people frequently sip on them throughout the day, increasing the risk of damage as a teeth are constantly being exposed to the sugar and acid contained in them. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • The same study found that participants who chose these beverages showed reduced levels of acid erosion compared to participants who opted for fruit juice or soda. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • What Is Acid Erosion? (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • Acid erosion or dental erosion is where tooth enamel is damaged due to being attacked by the acid or sugars in foods and drinks. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • How Is Acid Erosion Treated? (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • Our dentists at the Cosmetic Dentistry Center can regularly examine your teeth for signs of acid erosion. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • He also pointed out that for those think that they have consumed too much sports drinks and had their teeth damaged, they should ask their dentists if it would advisable for them to use an acid neutralizing re-mineralizing toothpaste instead to help re-harden soft enamel. (1now.biz)
  • That's where the potential for dental erosion comes in, because the acid in drinks and foods can wear away your tooth enamel. (today.com)
  • What makes it worse is if you are ending up sick as a result, then brushing your teeth is doubly important to avoid enamel erosion from increased exposure to stomach acid. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • People now also need to be aware of another danger that causes permanent and severe loss of tooth structure, acid reflux-induced erosion, a condition that occurs when stomach contents reflux into the mouth, according to a study that appeared in the March/April 2009 issue of General Dentistry , the Academy of General Dentistry's (AGD) clinical, peer-reviewed journal. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Because stomach acid has an extremely low pH of 2.0, it has the potential to cause significant chemical erosion. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • I assumed she meant that, because I was having tooth sensitivity, I was consuming a lot of acid foods -- to me, I thought 'acid fruits. (veganbodybuilding.com)
  • Children at school should rinse their mouth with water after meals, leaving their teeth free of sugar and acid. (knowyourteeth.com)

dentists


  • Dentists in Santa Clarita pointed out that a study that was conducted by dental researchers from New York University has found that a prolonged consumption of sports drinks may be linked to a condition known as erosive tooth wear, wherein acids seep through the tooth's smooth hard enamel and eat away its coating. (1now.biz)
  • But as any of the dentists at Lynn Dental Care will tell you, taking care of your teeth is always important. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • First reported more than 200 years ago, dental erosion still continues to be a major concern for dentists and consumers. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • London, May 20 (ANI): Dentists have warned that regular consumption of fruit smoothies may damage your teeth. (thaindian.com)
  • The dentists suggests that it is best to brush teeth with a fluoride toothpaste before drinking fruit juice as this helps strengthen the enamel against the corrosive effect of the acidic juice. (thaindian.com)
  • Dentists believe that kids who consume too much soda and not enough nutritional beverages are prone to tooth decay in addition to serious ailments later in life, such as diabetes and osteoporosis. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Most dentists agree that minimal and gradual wearing away of the top enamel of the teeth is considered normal during the lifespan of a patient. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

sensitivity


  • They include tooth sensitivity to cold or hot foods. (today.com)
  • If erosion spreads beneath the enamel, pain and sensitivity may eventually result. (knowyourteeth.com)

decay


  • Toothpaste manufacturers in the early 1900s added fluoride to toothpaste in order to fight tooth decay. (reference.com)
  • When this occurs you'll probably notice your teeth are much more sensitive towards hot and cold and the risk of tooth decay significantly increases. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • This is one of the reasons we do recommend regular checkups as otherwise decay can soon progress, reaching the central part of the tooth and causing significant infection and pain that will require root canal therapy . (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)
  • If you brush your teeth at this point, before the enamel has had a chance to harden again, you can risk eroding away the enamel and this can also increase your risk of suffering tooth decay. (thaindian.com)
  • What Foods Cause Tooth Decay in Children? (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Many different types of food can cause tooth decay in children, not just candy. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Factors that cause tooth decay include the frequency in which the foods are eaten and the time they remain as particles in the mouth. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Are they still at risk for tooth decay? (knowyourteeth.com)
  • How can I help my child prevent tooth decay? (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Brushing teeth after meals, regular flossing and fluoride treatments are the best ways to prevent tooth decay. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • If you have any concerns about your child's dental health or want some tips on preventing tooth decay, ask your dentist. (knowyourteeth.com)

cavities


  • Most people are concerned about cavities and gum disease, so tooth erosion is somewhat of an overlooked condition because it's a very slow process, but it's a worrisome problem, Ritter noted. (today.com)

enamel on your teeth


  • Once you have eaten your breakfast the protective enamel on your teeth is softened temporarily for up to one hour, the Telegraph quoted Dr Nigel Carter, the chief executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, as saying. (thaindian.com)

carbonated beverages


  • Many people consume carbonated beverages, fruit juice, and highly acidic foods every day but probably don't realize that they might be harming their teeth. (knowyourteeth.com)

toothpaste


  • Later developments in the century included toothpaste recipes for tooth sensitivities. (reference.com)
  • To restore enamel after tooth erosion, cut down on acidic and sugary foods, chew xylitol gum and brush regularly with fluoride toothpaste. (reference.com)
  • You might have read a few blogs or watched videos online that extol the benefits of using charcoal toothpaste as a way to "naturally" whiten your teeth. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Using it to clean your teeth isn't new either, with charcoal being added to toothpaste in a powdered form way back in the 19th century. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Consistent use of charcoal toothpaste to keep your teeth white will continue to wear away the enamel - which doesn't grow back - exposing the more sensitive parts of your teeth. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Regular dental checkups, combined with brushing with fluoride toothpaste, also will help protect children's teeth. (knowyourteeth.com)

acidic foods


  • This takes place medications and highly acidic foods when acidic material damages the tooth surface of the tooth that may be because of the consumption of particular, or due to binge drinking, regular vomiting from bulimia, GORD or other conditions. (health-tourism.com)

prevent tooth


  • He added that sports drinks should be consumed in moderation, and that patients should wait at least 30 minutes before they brush their teeth if they want to prevent tooth erosion. (1now.biz)

whiten


  • Other recipes fight bad breath or work to whiten tooth color. (reference.com)
  • Activated charcoal can, however, effectively and noticeably whiten your teeth. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • If you're looking to whiten your teeth, there are plenty of proven and safe methods of doing so through cosmetic dentistry procedures. (lynndentalcare.com)

dental


  • A dentist in Simi Valley, who practices dentistry at Dental Simi Valley and has treated patients whose teeth have eroded due largely to frequent consumptions of sports drinks, said that what makes matters worse is that some of those who drink sports drinks immediately brush their teeth. (1now.biz)
  • For best dental health, avoid constantly bathing your teeth in any acidic drink. (today.com)
  • An oral surgery expert at Lynn Dental Care can explain to you why this is, unfortunately, not the case - and why you should stick to more recognized, tested, and verified methods of tooth whitening and oral hygiene. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Lynn Dental Care offers some general advice on things to consider when taking care of your teeth while pregnant. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Twenty decades ago, studies reported dental erosion occurred because of industrial hazards, specifically when workers were exposed to acidic aerosols. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Oral diseases such as dental caries, periodontal disease, tooth loss, oral mucosal lesions and oropharyngeal cancers, human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS)-related oral disease and orodental trauma are major public health problems worldwide and poor oral health has a profound effect on general health and quality of life. (scielosp.org)
  • A survey released by BDA and Oral B revealed Britain's poor dental habits, including flossing while driving, opening bottles with the teeth, ignoring bleeding gums and using earrings and lollipop sticks to pick the teeth. (thaindian.com)
  • Personalize countdowns to dental visits, remember when to toss toothbrushes, read inside tooth tips, and more. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Details of dental clinics and medical centers in Girona, Spain performing Tooth Enamel Repair. (health-tourism.com)
  • If you have sensitive teeth and want pain-free dental veneers, we can help. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)
  • Signature Dental of Bucks County is a trusted Warminster area dental implants practice providing natural-looking, comfortable tooth replacement. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)
  • Dental Bonding - Tooth bonding is a simple, single-visit cosmetic dentistry procedure that closes unsightly gapped teeth. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)
  • Dental Veneers - Today we have exciting new biomaterials to straighten crooked teeth, as well as brighten and close gaps. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

sugary


  • In recent years, everyday foods and drinks such as lemons, pickles, sodas and sugary, starchy goods have been associated with tooth erosion. (knowyourteeth.com)

brush


  • A majority of people brush their teeth after breakfast when their tooth enamel has been weakened by fruit juice and brushing can be harmful. (thaindian.com)
  • Brush your teeth to avoid cancer! (thaindian.com)
  • Make sure that you brush and floss your teeth daily. (health-tourism.com)
  • Ensure that you brush and floss your teeth every day. (health-tourism.com)

acids


juices


  • Fruit juices and smoothies, they say, may lead to erosion of tooth enamel. (thaindian.com)

fluoride treatments


  • Sometimes it's possible to reverse the early signs with fluoride treatments that help to harden tooth enamel. (cosmeticdentistrycenter.com)

dentist


  • But drinking too much of those sports drinks can actually damage our teeth, according to a dentist in Santa Clarita. (1now.biz)
  • The substances that are found in sports drink can wreck havoc on our teeth in the long run, even if we get a dose of energy boosters from sports drinks like Gatorade," the dentist said. (1now.biz)
  • As for day-to-day, the best way to maintain white teeth is to practice good oral hygiene, keep an eye on your diet, and pay regular visits to your dentist. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Parents should take their child to the dentist just after the first tooth appears. (knowyourteeth.com)

dentin


  • You may also see your teeth become more yellow or darker because as the white, shiny enamel wears away, it will expose dentin - the bulky main structure of the tooth. (today.com)
  • Enamel covers up the substance in your teeth called "dentin", which has a natural yellow color. (lynndentalcare.com)

regularly


protective


  • You'll also be increasing your risk of infection, as the teeth will lose their protective layer of enamel. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • It protects enamel by coating the teeth in protective calcium and other minerals. (health-tourism.com)

abrasive


  • Yes, it can be effective for teeth whitening, but this is because charcoal is incredibly abrasive. (lynndentalcare.com)
  • Using activated charcoal on your teeth will make them whiter at first because the abrasive texture is wearing away the stained outer layer of enamel. (lynndentalcare.com)

people


floss


  • Related: Should you floss before or after brushing your teeth? (today.com)

oral


  • Treating reflux-induced erosion without treating and preventing the medical condition that causes the erosion may only lead to more severe problems for your oral health in the future. (knowyourteeth.com)

mouth


  • Check out how your teeth and mouth change in every stage of life. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • If you're sipping and keeping that acidic drink in your mouth and swishing around every time you sip, and if you do this often, multiple times a day, then that's probably the most dangerous kind of behavior when it comes to tooth wear," Ritter noted. (today.com)

signs


  • What are the warning signs of enamel erosion? (today.com)

severe


  • This condition, according to the study, affects one in 15 Americans and can result in severe tooth damage and even tooth loss if left untreated. (1now.biz)

wear


damage


  • So it's worrisome to see headlines warning about the possible damage sparkling water could inflict on your teeth. (today.com)
  • However, David Lazarchik, DMD, lead author of the study notes that, "patients often are not aware of the damage that reflux-induced erosion has caused to their teeth until it has reached an advanced stage of destruction. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • How can children prevent damage to their teeth? (knowyourteeth.com)

PROCEDURES


  • There are also home tooth whitening products with step-by-step procedures that enhance tooth color over several weeks. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

sensitive


  • You'll find your teeth becoming more sensitive, and losing a lot of their structural strength. (lynndentalcare.com)

away


  • Basically, tooth erosion refers to the wearing away of the hard part of your teeth, which is called the enamel. (knowyourteeth.com)
  • Use a straw when drinking soda to keep sugar away from teeth. (knowyourteeth.com)

causes


  • Then, this trickles into the bonelike material underneath and causes the tooth to soften and weaken. (1now.biz)
  • What causes enamel erosion? (health-tourism.com)
  • What are environmental causes of tooth surface erosion? (health-tourism.com)

soda


  • Sipping a soft drink all afternoon is more harmful to your teeth than drinking a large soda with a meal and then not drinking any soda for the rest of the day. (knowyourteeth.com)

protects


help


hard


  • This is physical deterioration of the tooth surface, which takes place because of biting on hard objects, brushing your teeth too hard, incorrect flossing brushing. (health-tourism.com)

years


  • Teeth Whitening - Just over the past two to three years new and safe professional teeth whitening systems have been developed. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

problem


  • This compounds and complicates the problem of tooth erosion. (1now.biz)
  • They're microscopically thin ceramic shells that cover problem teeth - and leave you with something to smile about! (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

natural


  • This is natural tooth-to-tooth friction, which takes place when you grind or clench your teeth that usually takes place involuntarily during sleep. (health-tourism.com)
  • You'll enjoy the comfort and confidence of natural-looking teeth. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)
  • We hold ourselves to the highest standards to replace missing teeth and provide you with natural-looking results. (1stcosmeticdentist.com)

keep


however


  • however, it doesn't strengthen the tooth physically. (reference.com)