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Swimmers Risk Stained Smiles, Chipped Teeth


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Athlete swimmers, who often swim laps more than six hours a week, expose their teeth to large amounts of chemically treated water which causes stains on teeth.



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Nail-biting Can Lead to Bruxism

 
Chapter: Signs of Bruxism

  • Tips of the teeth look flat
  •  Tooth enamel is rubbed off, causing extreme sensitivity
  • Popping and clicking of the jaw
  • Tongue indentations
Reviewed: January 2012