Here’s a 3 minutes and 17 seconds video Dental Erosion: 7 Common Tooth-Eroding Foods video.
Unhealthy enamel is not a good news for your teeth and your oral health. Dental erosion can cause progressive damage to your tooth’s surface if left untreated. Symptoms such as sensitivity to hot and cold foods, depression on the biting surface of back teeth, and teeth appears to be smooth and shiny only indicate that your teeth is starting to develop tooth enamel erosion also known as acid wear. Once the signs of this common dental problem are detected, it’s crucial that your dentist can determine the reason and modify it.
There are ways to fix tooth enamel issues. Only your trusted dentist can identify the best treatment that suits your problem. Tooth bonding is ideal in protecting the damaged tooth by covering teeth that are discoloured, cracked or worn down. For severe cases due to tooth enamel loss, you may require complex treatments such as dental veneers, crowns and possibly, root canal treatment. Keep in mind that once the tooth enamel is damaged, the effects are irreversible. Thus, the best thing you can do is to keep it healthy by consuming less acidic foods and drinks and choosing water over sweet and acidic beverages when you are thirsty.
Keep your dental enamel healthy by visiting your dentist regularly. Prevention is always best than cure and here at Main Beach Dental, our highly-skilled dental expert can help you with your prevention program towards improved dental and oral health. If you’re experiencing problems with your tooth enamel or any other oral health issues, consult your trusted Gold Coast dentist today as we offer a wide range of comprehensive dental treatments to provide you with remarkable teeth and gum health.
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Dental Erosion: 7 Common Tooth-Eroding Foods
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