Acid erosion

Up to 82% of the adult population show signs of acid erosion. Frequent acid attacks by acidic drinks (e.g. orange juice, sports drinks) or
low saliva amount can contribute to permanent tooth enamel loss. Acid softens and demineralises enamel. Saliva neutralizes acid and provides a source of minerals to remineralise
softened tooth enamel. Acid erosion can lead to exposed dentin causing tooth sensitivity with pain sensation to hot, cold, osmotic or tactile stimuli



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Eversole SL

J Dent Res (IADR/AADR) 2011;J Dent Res 2011;90 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 3375

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West N

J Dent Res (IADR/AADR) 2011;J Dent Res 2011;90 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 233

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Eversole SL

J Dent Res 2010; 89 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 527

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Khambe D

J Dent Res 2010; 89 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 526

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Eversole SL

J Dent Res (IADR/AADR) 2011;J Dent Res 2011;90 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 3375

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West N

J Dent Res (IADR/AADR) 2011;J Dent Res 2011;90 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 233

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Eversole SL

J Dent Res 2010; 89 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 527

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Khambe D

J Dent Res 2010; 89 (Spec Iss A): Abstract 526

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