Discoloration - Since the dentin of the tooth is exposed during tooth erosion, discoloration or yellowing of the teeth can occur.
Tooth Sensitivity - Sensitive teeth are very common symptoms of tooth erosion because the enamel that protects the teeth wears away, leaving exposed dentin.
Rounded Teeth - During the early stages of tooth erosion, it is common for teeth to have a rounded look.
Transparent or Sand Blasted Appearance - It is not uncommon in the early stages of tooth erosion for the teeth to have a sand blasted look or for the tips of the front teeth to look transparent.
Advanced and Severe Symptoms of Tooth Erosion:
Cracking - If tooth erosion continues into the advanced stage, the edges of the teeth can start to crack and have a rough feeling.
Dents - Little dents, also called cupping, can start to appear on the biting areas of the teeth.
Extreme Sensitivity - Since the enamel wears away during tooth erosion, the teeth can become extremely sensitive during the advanced stages of tooth erosion.