STANDARD BROCHURES PACKS MEMBER RETAIL 1 $28.00 $42.00 2–9 $23.80 $35.70 10+ $21.00 $31.50 PERSONALIZED BROCHURES QTY MEMBER RETAIL 150 $82.50 $124.00 400 $196.00 $300.00 800 $360.00 $540.00 Pricing for Brochures Tooth Erosion: The Harmful Effects of Acid Tooth erosion is caused by acid. Drive home that point to your patients with this ADA resource. Includes clinical images of the effects of acid erosion on teeth and an infographic showing the level of acidity of some common beverages Explains the effects of acid on teeth and some tips to prevent erosion from happening Offers specific ways to manage the effects of erosion and keep it from getting worse W30120 8 panels, 50 per pack Tooth Decay This ADA brochure answers common questions about tooth decay and cavities. Uses easy-to-understand language and images Details the signs, symptoms, treatments and prevention of tooth decay Features illustrations of the progress of decay, showing that even though patients may not notice signs on their own, decay can still form W30320 8 panels, 50 per pack PERSONALIZE IT! DAB078 sion ffects of acid alth Acid reflux can wear your enamel away and create pits that look like “moon craters” on the chewing surfaces of your teeth. This is also called “cupping.” What is tooth erosion? Enamel (e-NAM-ul) is the hardest outside layer of your tooth that protects a softer inner layer. Tooth erosion (ee-ROW-zhun) happens when the enamel begins to wear away, exposing the inner layer of the tooth, called dentin. When the enamel thins out, your tooth protection is weakened and the inside layers can be exposed to more acid and bacteria. This puts you at a greater risk of having problems like sensitive teeth, decay and cavities. Acid causes tooth erosion Tooth erosion happens from several causes that have one thing in common acid. If your teeth come in contact with acid on a regular basis, the acid can attack your tooth enamel and start to cause erosion. There are many ways that acid can reach your teeth, such as: Drinking beverages that have high levels of acid. This includes sodas, fruit juices, sports drinks and energy drinks. Acid reflux/GERD. Acid reflux happens when acids from your stomach travel up your throat and into your mouth. Heartburn is how people sometimes describe acid reflux. If you have heartburn most days or nights, you may have gastroesophageal reflux disease, also called GERD. This acid from your stomach can cause erosion on the inside surfaces of your teeth. Frequent vomiting. People with an eating disorder known as bulimia force themselves to vomit frequently (also called purging). Morning sickness during pregnancy also causes vomiting. Vomiting causes stomach acids to come in contact with your teeth. With frequent vomiting, the stomach acid can weaken and wear away your tooth enamel, especially on the upper front teeth. Get help for your eating disorder You aren’t alone. Talk to your dentist or physician about how you can get healthy. Or, call the National Eating Disorders Association Helpline and talk to someone confidentially. 1.800.931.2237. 74 ORDER BY PHONE: 800.947.4746
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