What do you know about your teen’s teeth? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and learn about how to protect your adolescent’s enamel.
The enamel that protects our teeth is the hardest known substance in our bodies, but it can be damaged by the acids in common foods.
Newly erupted teeth are more porous than adult teeth and extra care should be taken to avoid the effects of acid erosion.
The average enamel thickness of adult teeth is approximately 2.58 mm. This thin layer of enamel needs to last a lifetime, so treat it with care.
Adult teeth can take up to 5 years to mature, so acid erosion is a concern for children of all ages—as well as adults.
Eating citrus fruits is important for a healthy diet, but their acids can harm young teeth.
Pronamel® toothpaste is approved for adults and children 12 years of age and older.
Eating citrus fruits is important for a healthy diet, but their acids can harm young teeth. Help to protect enamel by brushing with specially formulated Pronamel® for Kids.
Citrus foods are good for your health, but they can be tough on teeth. See tips on how to offset their acidity.
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When it comes to brushing your teeth, there are only a few hard and fast rules.
It’s easy to give your kids healthy snacks they’ll enjoy eating. Just follow this guide for a week’s worth of ideas.
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