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What is Tooth Sensitivity | Colgate® Oral Care Information
Tooth sensitivity occurs when dentin becomes exposed. This may occur through loss of tooth enamel (dentin is the layer of the tooth underneath the enamel). For example, brushing the teeth and gum line too hard, using a hard bristled toothbrush instead of a soft or medium toothbrush, may wear away tooth enamel causing ...
What Makes Teeth Strong, Enamel | Colgate® Oral Care
Ever wondered what makes your teeth strong? Find out more about what makes your teeth and enamel strong from Colgate® Oral Care.
Tooth Worm | Colgate® Oral Care
Once upon a time, dental patients believed a toothache was caused by a tooth worm eating away their tooth from the inside out. Do tooth worms really exist?
Dental Enamel Formation Protein | Colgate® Oral Care
Scientists have identified a key protein in the formation of dental enamel. Find out more about this important step in understanding teeth enamel formation.
Is One Sensitive Tooth a Serious Issue? Colgate
Sensitivity often affects more than one tooth. If you are suffering from just one sensitive tooth, however, it may be a sign of a more advanced problem.
Dental Erosion: 3 Cosmetic Effects | Colgate® Oral Care
Dental erosion can affect the look of your smile, but luckily it is treatable and preventable. Find out more about the effects of dental erosion here.
Does Tooth Enamel Restoration Work| Colgate® Oral Care
Tooth enamel restoration doesn't come naturally, which is why your dentist can replace weakened parts of your teeth so you can use them the normally.
Scientists bring nanotechnology to bear on tooth sensitivity
Is Tooth Sensitivity Cramping Your Style? Tooth sensitivity can make eating and drinking a painful experience. Try one of our sensitivity relief products that, with continued use, can help prevent future occurrences. Colgate Sensitive Prevent & Repair ...
Anything you eat or drink affects your dental health, sometimes with ...
Anything You Eat or Drink Affects Your Dental Health, Sometimes With Damaging Results. http://www.colgate.com/en/us/oc/oral-health/basics/nutrition-and-oral- health/article/ada-02-diet-dental-health. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to Twitter TwitterShare to Email EmailShare to More More.