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Tooth Abrasion: The loss or erosion of the outer part of the tooth (enamel). Sometimes the inner structures of the tooth are also involved. The condition is often caused by brushing too hard but can also be caused by eating lots of acidic foods, acid reflux and excessive vomiting (such as in bulimia). More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Tooth Abrasion is available below.
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