Teeth enamel is the thin outer layer shell of the teeth which is constantly exposed to the environment, germs, foods and saliva. It is no wonder that erosion of the tooth enamel is such a common complaint for many individuals. Teeth enamel is considered the hardest tissue in the human body, it covers the crown of the tooth. The enamel provides a protective surface to the dentin (inner tooth material) and also against changing temperatures.Constant daily chewing, grinding and crunching can erode the enamel and it therefore is in jeopardy of chipping, cracking and breaking. Demineralisation occurs frequently in individuals with a poor diet, 95% of the enamel is of mineral composition. Diet plays a crucial role in the health of the teeth, a diet high in processed, artificial and sugary foods create an environment where the enamel weakens drastically. The bacteria in plaque produce acids that attach to tooth enamel. The stickiness of the plaque keeps these acids in direct contact with the surface of the teeth and gradually will weaken the protective enamel.