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To restore enamel after tooth erosion, cut down on acidic and sugary foods, chew xylitol gum and brush regularly with fluoride toothpaste. Speak to a dentist about treatments to restore tooth enamel. More »

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A tooth is comprised of the crown and the root, and it has multiple parts. Teeth are the hardest bones in the body and are essential for mastication and speech development, according to WebMD. More »

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How a broken or chipped tooth is fixed depends on the severity of the damage. When it's only a small piece of enamel that has broken off, one visit to the dentist may be all that's needed. However, a badly damaged tooth ... More »

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Enamel-strengthening toothpaste does make the enamel more acid-resistant; however, it doesn't strengthen the tooth physically. Good oral hygiene skills are a must in order to prevent cavities and other serious issues. More »

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According to the Crest Pro-Health website, tooth pain that occurs when eating sweets is a common symptom of lost tooth enamel, a condition that commonly occurs in individuals who consume excessive acidic beverages and fo... More »

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Toothpastes employ the use of mildly abrasive ingredients that are able to scrub away food and plaque while not inflicting damage upon the enamel, fluoride to shield the enamel from future harm, and antibacterial substan... More »

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Fluoride-free toothpaste is manufactured without the fluoride that most dental professionals believe is necessary for the best protection against cavities, especially in children. Fluoride is one of several chemicals add... More »

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