London Tooth Wear Centre
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||Abrasion: excessive rubbing of enamel and dentine from, for example, tooth brushing or porcelain crowns|
Attrition: through tooth grinding and clenching which normally occurs at night
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In this regard, advice may be sought from medical and dental colleagues in related specialties.
An early diagnosis is essential so that simpler treatment, including monitoring and prevention, may be provided.
On occasion, more complex treatment may be necessary to restore satisfactory function and a pleasing appearance.
We look forward to helping and advising you with regard to this increasingly common problem.
You will find useful information on the different types of tooth wear, what causes it and the simple steps that can
be taken to prevent significant damage at: www.toothwear.co.uk
Please contact us for more details.