Oral Health

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Posted by: Anon | 2010/04/12

Q.

Crumbling teeth

What causes teeth to crumble. I brush, floss, use mouthwash, hardly ever drink alcohol or fizzy drinks, I don''t smoke, I don''t eat a lot of sugary things but now and again tiny bits of my teeth crumble off. It''s becoming rather annoying. I don''t know what''s causing it. It''s not noticeable but I feel the roughness it causes.

Expert's Reply

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Oral health expert

excessive grinding is a common cause.
see a dentist to determine if this is indeed the case with you

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Posted by: dental expert | 2010/04/12

excessive grinding is a common cause.
see a dentist to determine if this is indeed the case with you

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