What Are the Causes of Dental Erosion?
- Inadequate Oral Health
- Dry Mouth
- Acid Reflux
- Teeth Grinding
What Are the Symptoms of Dental Erosion?
Sensitivity: First stages of enamel erosion can make it painful to eat certain foods. Especially sugary ones or ones that are too hot or too cold.
Discoloration: As enamel erodes and more dentins becomes exposed, teeth may become yellow.
Splits and fractures: As enamel erodes, the edges of teeth grow to rough, uneven, and jagged.
Smooth: Bright tooth surfaces or show mineral loss.
Extreme, excruciating sensitivity: There are something in the final phases of enamel erosion. teeth become particularly sensitive to hot and cold temperatures and to sugary substances. You may experience a severe jolt that causes you to lose your breath.
How Is Dental Erosion Treated?
How To Prevent Dental Erosion?