This way you help prevent dental erosion

Great to enjoy the ice cream in summer time, but if you feel a pain in your teeth it can be quite a damper.

This way you help prevent dental erosion
Great to enjoy the ice cream in summer time, but if you feel a pain in your teeth it can be quite a damper.

This way you help prevent dental erosion

 

A cocktail, an ice cream, an extra candy during that long flight or drive to your holiday destination ... Great to enjoy those delicacies in the summer time, but if you feel a pain in your teeth it can be quite a damper on the (vacation) joy.

 

Oh no! It would not be a hole if you feel that while you are just enjoying a delicious, cooling ice cream. The pains that you feel when you eat something sweet, sour, cold or warm can be caused by dental erosion, or wear of your teeth.

 

Help! My teeth wear out!

The acids in our daily diet such as fruit, (light) soft drinks, fruit juice and wine can cause our teeth to wear out. Because the acids come into contact with our teeth and molars, the tooth enamel becomes temporarily softer. After using food or drink, the teeth need time to recover. The tooth enamel must harden again. But since we eat more often in succession, the teeth usually don't get that time anymore. This gives dental erosion a chance. And without you noticing, the teeth wear out. They become thinner, more transparent, more yellow and more sensitive to hot and cold.

 

WAIT AT LEAST ONE HOUR AFTER EATING OR DRINKING WITH CLEANING YOUR TEETH

 

8 tips to prevent dental erosion

How can you ensure that you can enjoy something sweet, cold or warm without worrying about pain in your teeth? With these 8 tips we help you on your way:

  1. Limit the number of eating and drinking moments to a maximum of four per day.
  2. Rinsing with milk or water helps neutralize the acid.
  3. Wait at least one hour after eating or drinking to brush your teeth. This gives the tooth enamel the time to recover.
  4. Do not keep (light) soft drinks, fruit juice and wine in the mouth for too long. Do not wash around.
  5. Use a straw to prevent the teeth from coming into contact with the acids for longer.
  6. Use a soft toothbrush and do not brush too forcefully.
  7. Let your dentist inform you about dental erosion.
  8. Use Proglasur: daily brushing with Proglasur helps protect the teeth against dental erosion and tooth sensitivity.

 

What is and does Proglasur do?

  • Proglasur helps to rebuild the strength of tooth enamel for strong, white teeth.
  • Helps protect against dental erosion and tooth sensitivity.
  • Hardens the tooth enamel actively, making it less vulnerable to new acid moments.
  • Proglasur is pH neutral and gentle on the enamel.
  • Also protects against holes when brushing twice a day.
  • Gives a clean and fresh mouthfeel.
  • For daily use.