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Mild dental flourosis

What is the best procedure for mild dental flourosis ( white spots on teeth) ? Dental veneers or Microabrasion ?
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Hi..go for Laminates. Regards
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Dr. Kshitiz Rohilla Faridabad | Oral Pathologist
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A clinical picture would benefit us to provide you the better treatment options..... microabrasion can treat only small and superficial spots...... wider and deeper spots would require laminates/veneers for better aesthetic results.... Regards.....
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proper treatment can be adviced only after oral examination. if spots are not too deep ur dentist will help u with microabrasion
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Dr. Smida P.D Ernakulam | Periodontist
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Hi.the the treatment can be decided on depth, number  or diameter of lesions .. If the patches are superficial , minute and less in number then micro abrasion is opted ..else you have to undergo veneers or laminates ...A skilful dentist  can esthetically cover the patches with composite if patches are small .Please consult a endodontist nearby for further advise .tc
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Mild fluorosis or white spots are best treated with composite fillings/veneers. ..they give the best aesthetics. All the best.
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Microabrasion, if it still remains, you can go for Composite filling only at the affected spot. If white spots are large enough then veneers are advised.
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Dr. Govindaraj.S.J Bangalore | Implantologist
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If the white spots are minimal requiring superficial removal of enamel, then microabrasion is an option. Veneers are done if there is extensive involvement of tooth/teeth.
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Dental Veneers
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Flurosis best option u can go for ceramic veneers
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