Typically, a tooth is made from three distinct tissues, namely the pulp, dentin, and enamel. The primary purpose of all these layers is to provide adequate protection and support for the tooth to last for a lifetime.
The layer of enamel is made up of minerals like calcium phosphate and hydroxylapatite. Low concentration of such minerals on the tooth surface leads to the formation of chalky white spots on the dental crown. This condition is known as enamel hypocalcification.
Our tongue consists of numerous bumps on its dorsal surface called the papilla. Tongue papillae contain taste buds and are responsible for the sweet, salt, bitter, and umami taste that we experience while eating or drinking.
The enamel is the outermost protective layer of the tooth. If we don’t protect it, it cannot protect our teeth. There are several ways to strengthen enamel such as diet modifications, avoiding sugar, brushing right, getting rid of bruxism, etc.
Yes, it is safe to swim while you on periods. Period blood doesn't flow outside the vagina like it usually does due to the counter-pressure of the water. But You still need to wear some a tampon or a menstrual cup to avoid getting into a sticky situation.
Resin tooth filling typically contains a filler particle such as quartz, which provides the mixture's strength and color. It is costly as compared to silver tooth filling.
In some cases, the change in period blood color can indicate a health problem like fibroids, low estrogen levels, and even vaginosis.