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Learn About Acid/Enamel Erosion

Many people are unaware of the damaging effects caused by acid erosion on their teeth—yet, 20%–45% of American adults are already showing signs of it.1 The effects of acidic foods on your teeth’s protective enamel can lead to exposed dentin, hypersensitivity, and eventual loss of affected teeth. Understand what causes tooth erosion, discover acidic foods to avoid, and learn how you protect your teeth from acid erosion.

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The Most Acidic Foods and Drinks for Teeth

Acids in everyday foods and drinks can wear away your enamel. Learn how to protect your teeth while still enjoying the foods you love.

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Are Everyday Acids Affecting Your Tooth Enamel?

Acids in your diet can wear down your enamel. Take this short quiz to see if your teeth are being affected by acid erosion.

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Foods and Drinks That Cause Acid Erosion

Understanding the acidity of your diet can help protect your teeth from the effects of acid erosion.

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The Effects of Acid Erosion

Learn about the effects of acid erosion and how your teeth could be at risk.

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How to Prevent Acid Tooth Erosion and Protect Enamel

See how you can start protecting your enamel from acid erosion with these simple steps.

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Cavities vs. Acid Erosion

Explore the differences between cavities and acid erosion and how they can affect your teeth.

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Protect Your Teen's Teeth from Acid Erosion

Learn more about why your teenager's teeth are vulnerable and how to protect them.

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How to Sanitize Your Toothbrush

Learn how to sanitize your toothbrush and why you might want to. Get tips on when, how often and how to disinfect your toothbrush properly.

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How to Deal with Damaged Enamel

Discover tips on how to deal with damaged enamel with this article from Pronamel. Learn about protection options against damaged tooth enamel.

Source Citations:

1. Dental Erosion. American Dental Association. Accessed 11/17/2023.