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Front teeth discoloration
My son has slight discoloration just below gums on front two upper teeth. Doctor has said it may be due to fluoride in water. I use chicco non fluoride toothpaste for him. I am worried it may last permanently for him. Will it go away or any treatment required?
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Please provide clinical photograph of the teeth?
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Please provide details like age, picture and history of the lesion like when was the first time you noticed and has it increased or same....
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If it is deciduous ( milk) tooth then it might be decay. If permanent tooth, they may be fluoride. Please mention the age.
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Kindly share image. If those are fluoride stains they will stay permanently. If looking good is a priority then dental veneers or laminates can be done.
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Yes treatment   is needed Options are dental Veneers Composite smile   design This will help to give  pleasure  and Esthetic  smile
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