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Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Enamel

Tooth enamel is the hardest tissue in the human body, but it can still be damaged. Knowing how to protect and preserve your tooth enamel from erosion and decay begins with a basic understanding of what enamel is, how it gets damaged, and the steps you can take on a daily basis to protect it.

The Composition of a Tooth

What Is Tooth Enamel?

Tooth enamel—the white part of your teeth—cannot be restored once it’s been worn away. Learn what can wear enamel or cause it to erode.

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What Causes Tooth Wear?

Tooth wear is common. Learn more about the different causes of tooth wear and how you can protect your teeth.

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Why You Should Protect Your Enamel

Enamel keeps your teeth healthy and white. Enamel cannot be restored, so it’s important to protect it.

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You Can Actively Repair Your Enamel

Repair and protect enamel from everyday dietary acids with Pronamel® Intensive Enamel Repair toothpaste.

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Can You Regrow Tooth Enamel?

Learn more about whether you can regrow tooth enamel or not with Pronamel. Find out about enamel erosion and how you can protect your tooth enamel.

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Tooth Enamel Erosion: Does Enamel Protect Teeth from Cavities?

Understand the connection between tooth enamel and cavity prevention with this primer from Pronamel. Learn how to prevent enamel erosion and the development of cavities.

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How to Reharden and Strengthen Enamel

Once enamel is gone, it’s gone. However, if your enamel is weakened by dietary acids, it can be rehardened.

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Enamel Hypoplasia: Causes and Treatment

Learn about enamel hypoplasia with this article from Pronamel. Find out what enamel hypoplasia is, what it looks like and how it can affect your smile.

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Healthy, White Teeth: Surface Stains vs Enamel Erosion

Yellow or dull teeth could be from surface stains or a sign of something more serious—enamel erosion. Learn the differences here.

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How to Stop Tooth Decay and Prevent Cavities

Learn how you can stop tooth decay and prevent cavities with Pronamel. Find out what tooth decay is and get tips on how to keep it from getting worse.

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Cavity Symptoms: How Do I Know I Have One?

Learn about cavity symptoms with this helpful guide from Pronamel. Find out if what you’re experiencing is a cavity and learn about your next steps.