Enamel Erosion in Children & Teens
In the United States, about 40% of adolescents are already exhibiting signs of acid erosion, a type of enamel wear. That’s because the eating habits of adolescents can make their enamel more vulnerable to acid erosion. Teenagers often eat a wide variety of acidic foods, including soft drinks, ketchup, and even healthy foods, such as fruit juices and fruits.
Below are some tips that can help limit an adolescent’s exposure to acid erosion:
Pronamel® toothpaste is approved for adults and children 12 years of age and older.