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Commonly Asked Questions About Tooth Enamel by Randall LaFrom Posted Wed 25 Jan 2012 4:00am Your tooth enamel protects your teeth from cavities and tooth decay . Your enamel is a thin, semi-transparent layer that covers the outside of each tooth. Did you know that it is stronger than any substance in the human body? Despite its strength, it can be damaged by the foods you eat and beverages you consume. Tooth enamel loss or erosion c ... Read on »
Enamel Loss by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 12:10pm Dear Dr. Ellie Hi, I am 54 year old female and have tooth enamel loss from drinking wine for years{quit 5 mo ago}. I would like to know whats best to use for rebuilding the enamel if this is possible. I have no ins. and havent seen a dentist for years, maybe 7 or 8 now. I have a few cavities also that are becoming sensitive to cold / hot now ... Read on »
Scientists Find Gene for Tooth Enamel. by Boyd M. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 3:19pm Scientists Find Gene for Tooth Enamel Discovery might someday lead to new dental techniques (HealthDay News) -- A gene that plays a role in immune function and the development of skin and the nervous system also controls the production of tooth enamel, Oregon State University researchers have found. Their discovery about the gene Ctip2 ... Read on »
Lemon juice can wear away your tooth enamel. by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 10:57am We all know blueberries and broccoli help stop periodontal disease. But do you know that lemons can wear away tooth enamel? Jennifer Jablow, a cosmetic dentist in New York City says: 1. Eat your antioxidants. The teeth and gums are made up of collagen, and foods containing antioxidants, like blueberries and broccoli, help protect them from ... Read on »
Protecting Your Tooth Enamel So It Can Protect Your Smile by Randall LaFrom Posted Thu 08 Mar 2012 5:44pm What is the hardest substance in the human body? A.     Fingernails B.     Tooth Enamel C.     Bone D.    Cartilage If you guessed tooth enamel, congratulations! Not only is tooth enamel the hardest substance in your body, it’s also the second hardest naturally occurring substance, right behind diamonds. It’s pretty ... Read on »
A gene that controls production of tooth enamel by Invisalign topdentist Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm New Delhi (PTI): It may not be long when our grandparents can retain their ‘closeup’ smiles even at advanced stages of their life as scientists have identified a gene that controls production of tooth enamel, promising replacement of teeth which can be grown on demand. The identification of the gene opens new vistas in the dental sciences as ... Read on »
Does Theodent toothpaste really rebuild tooth enamel with chocolate? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 May 2013 2:01am Yontzen says…Theodent toothpaste claims it rebuilds enamel and that its main ingredient is sourced from chocolate. Is this true? Help! The Beauty Brains respond: Theodent certainly contains a chocolatey derivative but does it really work? For answers we turn to our newfound kindred spirit Chris Woo ... Read on »
Tooth Enamel by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 12:25pm hi Ellie: I was wondering about the rationale for including the Crest toothpaste in the complete mouth care system. Is there something in Crest that specifically aids in remineralization ? If so, what is that something ? Additionally, is there any mouthwash or chewing gums... or a recommended list of foods, etc,.. tha ... Read on »
Canker Sores, Poor Tooth Enamel – Could be Celiac by Amy Leger Posted Thu 31 Oct 2013 6:02am They may not be able to officially diagnose celiac, but dentists should be on the lookout for it. The post Canker Sores, Poor Tooth Enamel – Could be Celiac appeared first on Gluten Free Diet Tips for Celiac Disease Symptoms, Foods and Lifestyle . Read on »