The Physical Signs of Acid Erosion

Clinical appearance is critical to identifying acid erosion. The wear caused by acid erosion can lead to reduced thickness of tooth enamel and a change in the texture, shape, and appearance of the teeth, which may also cause teeth to become sensitive.1,2

Early-to-Advanced Signs of Erosion to Look For

Woman Drinking Smoothie

Limit Damage Caused by Acid Erosion

Three simple changes can limit acid erosion and go a long way toward curbing any further damage.

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Acidic Foods and Drinks

Modern Diet and Its Role in Acid Erosion

The prominence of acidic foods in modern diets has resulted in an increase in the prevalence of acid erosion.

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Pronamel Enamel Protection Toothpaste

Defend Against the Effects of Acid Erosion With Pronamel®

Pronamel strengthens enamel and protects against acid erosion, in addition to relieving sensitivity pain.

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Woman Drinking Smoothie

Limit Damage Caused by Acid Erosion

Three simple changes can limit acid erosion and go a long way toward curbing any further damage.

Learn More

Acidic Foods and Drinks

Modern Diet and Its Role in Acid Erosion

The prominence of acidic foods in modern diets has resulted in an increase in the prevalence of acid erosion.

Learn More

Pronamel Enamel Protection Toothpaste

Defend Against the Effects of Acid Erosion With Pronamel®

Pronamel strengthens enamel and protects against acid erosion, in addition to relieving sensitivity pain.

Learn More

References:

1. Lussi A. Erosive tooth wear—a multifactorial condition of growing concern and increasing knowledge. In: Lussi A, ed. Dental erosion: from diagnosis to therapy. Monogr Oral Sci. Vol. 20. New York, NY: Karger Publishers; 2006. 1–8.

2. Lussi A. Dental erosion: clinical diagnosis and case history taking. Eur J Oral Sci. 1996;104:191–198.

3. Data on file, GSK. Study GCCSS-SD-0033_Pronamel Strong&Bright Enamel toothpaste.