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What You Can Do For Sensitive Teeth

What You Can Do For Sensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity is most often caused by cavities or the thinning or destruction of tooth enamel.

Kassandra Foreman / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

How To Avoid Tooth Enamel Erosion

How To Avoid Tooth Enamel Erosion

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Fun fact: tooth enamel is the strongest tissue in your entire body! This mostly clear outer layer guards your teeth from all that wear and tear, preventing you from feeling extremes in temperatures of all the things you eat and drink. It also protects from acids that could destroy teeth.

Brush Smarter: How To Protect Your Enamel In Your Oral Care Routine

Brush Smarter: How To Protect Your Enamel In Your Oral Care Routine

Written By Meghan Belnap / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

If your teeth are very sensitive, yellow or cracked and pitted at the surface, you may have enamel erosion. Enamel is the hard, thin coating that covers the crown of your tooth. Read on to learn how you can protect and restore your enamel while caring for your teeth.

Study: Calcium Deficiency In Cells Leads To Damaged Tooth Enamel

Study: Calcium Deficiency In Cells Leads To Damaged Tooth Enamel

A mutation in the ORAI1 gene leads to a loss of calcium in enamel cells and results in defective dental enamel mineralization, says a new study.
Can Teeth Whitening Products Cause Tooth Damage?

Can Teeth Whitening Products Cause Tooth Damage?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Researchers have found that hydrogen peroxide - the active ingredient in over-the-counter whitening strips - can damage the protein-rich dentin tissue found beneath the tooth's protective enamel. It is well established that hydrogen peroxide can penetrate the enamel and dentin.

Facts About Orthodontics You May Not Even Know

Facts About Orthodontics You May Not Even Know

Written By The Smile Gallery / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Orthodontics is a way to correct teeth and jaws that are improperly positioned. Crooked teeth do not fit well together and are harder to clean which places them at a higher risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease.
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