Enamel Wear Management

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Managing Enamel Erosion

Early diagnosis of enamel wear is important and, if identified, preventive measures should be taken.


Helping Patients Treat and Prevent Enamel Erosion

Limiting the effects of enamel erosion is easier than you think. Even if patients already show signs of enamel erosion, taking the following steps can help prevent further damage.1-4

  • 1. Acid Exposure

    Minimize exposure

    Minimize Exposure To Dietary Acids1-3

    • Reduce consumption of acidic foods and drinks
    • Avoid holding or swishing acidic drinks in your mouth
    • Drink acidic beverages through a straw
    • Rinse your mouth with water after consuming acidic foods and drinks
  • 2. Appropriate Brushing

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    Use Appropriate Technique And Timing When Brushing Teeth2,3

    • Avoid brushing immediately after consuming acidic foods and drinks—they demineralize the tooth surface, making it more susceptible to physical damage, like brushing
    • Brush gently but thoroughly with a soft-bristled toothbrush
  • 3. Specialized Toothpaste


    Brush Teeth With A Specialized Fluoride Toothpaste4

    • Use a toothpaste engineered to optimize uptake of sodium fluoride for protection against everyday dietary acids.

Enamel Erosion Prevention In Practice

The most important preventive action for patients with enamel erosion is to ensure that the potential sources of erosion are identified and removed, and lifestyle is modified.2,3 Enamel loss is irreversible.5

Pronamel - Helping Protect Your Patients Against Enamel Erosion

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