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Food 'Pro' Cat Cora Teams Up With Sensodyne(R) ProNamel(TM) to Offer a Guide to Dining out with a Smile
Date:10/17/2007

The Iron Chef Serves Up Insider Tips and Recipes to Enhance Any Dining

Experience and To Reduce the Impact of Acid Wear on Teeth

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Those who want a healthy body and a healthy smile can worry less about the toll their diets can sometimes take on tooth enamel as a result of acid wear. Whether dining out or at home, Americans are consuming healthier fare such as fruits, vegetables, diet sodas and sports drinks -- but many of these options are also high in acid, which may soften and wear away tooth enamel over time and lead to sensitivity.

Food authority and Iron Chef Cat Cora has partnered with the makers of the Sensodyne(R) ProNamel(TM), a new toothpaste which delivers both state-of-the- art acid wear and sensitivity protection, to create The Food Pro's Guide to Dining Out With a Smile. The handy guide is packed with Cat's insider tips to help people indulge in healthy foods they love with confidence and create a worry-free smile.

"Just like many Americans, I'm all about finding nutritious options whether I'm eating at a restaurant or cooking for my family at home," said Cat Cora. "I'm excited to partner with Sensodyne ProNamel on this new guide, and get the word out about how people can enjoy their favorite foods and make the most out of any dining experience."

WHAT'S EATING YOUR TEETH WHILE YOU'RE EATING?

Dental professionals view acid wear as one of the most significant oral care concerns of the 21st century. Over time, untreated acid wear can weaken the enamel so much that it ultimately can change the texture and appearance of teeth, as well as cause painful tooth sensitivity. Sensodyne ProNamel is specially formulated to re-harden enamel and also helps enamel become more resistant to future acid attacks and tooth sensitivity.

"With more people consuming acidic foods and beverages, I'm seeing an increase in patients experiencing acid wear," says Lana Rozenberg, DDS, of Rozenber
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