Recent studies have shown that enamel strength is an inherited trait and women have stronger enamel than men. But how does environment – dietary habits – affect men’s and women’s enamel?

Key takeaways:

– Men’s enamel is more susceptible to dental erosion than women’s enamel.

– This means men’s teeth will be more at risk from erosion by acidic foods and drinks.

– Women must also watch out for enamel erosion, as dietary habits, eating disorders, and bad oral hygiene will have an effect on them as well.

Your dentist will be happy to discuss any worries you have about dental erosion or your teeth and how to avoid it

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Dr. Rizwan Khawaja BDS (University of Manchester)

Dr Rizwan Khawaja, also known as Riz by his patients, graduated from the University of Manchester in 2010. Since qualifying he has worked across Cheshire in practices, specialist centres and treatment centres.

As a certified dentist in Inman Aligner treatments, Riz has a passion for cosmetic dentistry. He is also working towards specializing in restorative dentistry in the near future.

In his spare time, he can be found on the golf course or at Old Trafford, supporting his beloved football club, Manchester United.

He also loves travel and considers himself as a bit of a foodie!