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Hard substance on teeth
I didn't notice earlier ..but suddenly I am noticing a hard white yellowish hard substance on my tooth also some white spots on the gums....I am concern about this and I will go to a dental ..and so sharing here hope I will get reply soon about what it is ...
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Hello Our experts from the department of periodontology at The Dental Specialists suggest you to kindly visit your dentist at the earliest to get the hard calculus deposits in your teeth removed.
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brushing twice daily in a proper manner will prevent calculus formation
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Dear practo user Start doing gum massage with metrogyl gel. Consult dentist for scaling and polishing of teeth.
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It's just food deposit. Get thoroughly scaling done asap.
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You have a lot of calculus deposited on your teeth. Calculus is hard mineralized deposits that form on teeth when proper oral hygiene is not maintained. You need scaling to get rid of all that calculus.
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Visit a dentist for a professional scaling.
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Lots of calculus is deposited around your teeth... This needs to be cleaned professionally by dentist or oral hygienist.. Long term deposition may lead to advanced pyorrhea... White spots on gums is not vey clear in pic... Difficult to explain it...
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maintain good oral hygiene
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These are calculus which occurs due to accumulation of food particles which becomes hard later. These cannot be removed by normal brushing and needs professional cleaning(scaling) Visit your dentist and get a deep scaling done. Kindly Maintain your oral hygiene.
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yes the plaque formation is there on the teeth surface, i would recommend you to visit the dentist and go for the cleaning/scaling and maintain oral hygiene.
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visit the dentist and evaluate the problem
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keep brushing twice daily and maintain oral hygiene.
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This is plaque and calculus occured due to improper oral hygeine maintainence.  Visit dentist as early as possible to undergo scaling procedure followed by strict oral hygeine maintainence to prevent recurrence
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brush twice daily. use mouth wash after every meal
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