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How Does Protein Affect Your Teeth
I need help in my assignment. I cant find a good source :D So how does protein deficiency affect teeth is various ways ? Any help is appreciated !
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Protein: Protein doesn't cause tooth decay. Decay is caused by bacteria taking sugars out of foods and converting sugars into acids, which etch the calcium out of tooth enamel. If you child has teeth present, and especially if baby has celebrated 1st b'day, it's time for Dental Examination. Search out a pediatric Dental Specialist who can help you with diet, oral hygiene, development, fluoride, etc. ...Read more
Decalcification: Or loss of calcium in your teeth is what i think you are referring to. This is much more commonly associated with acidity in the mouth most commonly caused by bacterial metabolism of sugar or oral exposure to stomach acid. If extreme protein deficiency causes a change in oral acidity, it is possible but there are many more likely causes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Would it b ok if i just drink protein shakes that body builders drink. My teeth r bad and its hard for me to eat. Im losing weight. I weigh maybe 100?
See the dentist: You should go to the dentist as soon as possible to see why your teeth are hurting. It is not normal or healthy to have chronic tooth pain. Drinking protein shakes may be a short term solution to your problem, but this can't go on forever. Please see the dentist before your health deteriorates further. I would also advise a visit to your md for a checkup. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seriously? Dental?: Bulking for what? Tongue size? Talk to your pcp for referral to a competent sports medicine specialist before adding "supplements" of any kind to your exercise program. Especially at almost 40, you must be cautious of the strain on your no-longer-18 joints and ligaments. ...Read more
Why do I have a chronically elevated C reactive protein? I am afebrile, asymptomatic, eat a healthy anti inflammatory diet, have no dental disease.
Ignore it: I'm a pathologist and focused on the lab. Often, I wish we didn't even check CRP's. It's worthless except as an adjunct to the big picture. There's talk of it being a weak coronary risk factor -- but what are you going to do about it? Just live healthy. Plenty of people are in your situation -- we've just created one more thing to worry unnecessarily about. Manage your health & put it out of mind. ...Read more
After dental work a white and dark patch appeared on my gums. A doctor diagnosed gingivitis. No pain. CR protein is 8 ( normal 0 to 5) Should i worry?
Yes/no: No because it could be simply blanched tissue or trauma from current treatment which will heal on its own and the dark patch could be an "amalgam tattoo" if old amalgam was removed during treatment. If you still have concern just call the dentist that did the work and ask them to evaluate the area. No worries ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whenever i'm taking a short nap, i realized i didn't grind my teeth, only at night, i will have this issues. Please help. P.S merry christmas :)?
Protein: Protein, fats, and carbs, are the major nutrients to keep the body energized and healthy. Missing one of them is not good. You can get tired, weak, loose muscle mass. If you don't each much protein consider taking a protein shake each morning but things like eggs, cheese, nuts, etc. Are best. ...Read more
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