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Need to remove yellow part
Hi Doctor. I want to remove yellow part on teeth. Pls prescribe And let me know what can I do for this..
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Go for scaling and polishing
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Hello. Kindly attach a clear photograph of concerned region The yellow deposits are plaque and calculus (tartar) deposited on the surface of the tooth. Calculus or tartar is a form of hardened dental plaque. It is caused by precipitation of minerals from saliva and gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) in plaque on the teeth. You are advised to undergo teeth scaling and polishing Scaling and Polishing is a painless professional teeth cleaning procedure, where in the hard deposits of calculus and tartar are removed. Scaling not only keeps your teeth clean, but also keeps the gums healthy, firm and improves the overall oral health. It also cured bad breath problems. Kindly visit a periodontist for Teeth Scaling and Polishing
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Maintain proper oral hygiene. Brush twice daily using the correct brushing technique. Use a dental floss. Rinse after every meal. Maintain proper tongue hygiene.
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Hello sir. That really good.. Yes yellow part is plaque n calculus.... Scaling n polishing is the procedure.. Painless easy n simple....
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Proper brushing technique is important n oral hygiene must
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It is not clear your meaning by yellow part .It may be calculus or stain .For calculus scaling is the pricedure by which it can remove .For stain bleaching is adviced .
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Hlo Not complt information.. Just conslt nearby dentist or for onln suggstion attach some pics.
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Yellowish stains or deposits can be one of the reasons for this. You will need to share a picture so that exact cause of your Yellowish teeth can be figured out and treatment planned accordingly  stains and deposits can be easily taken care of with scaling/ cleaning. If color needs to be improved to whiter shade, chairside teeth whitening is the recommended procedure
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Hello.. Yellow part may be calculus or stains. For calculus  and stains do scaling. Thank you.
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use mouth wash do flossing use tongue scraper
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Hlooo Data you provided is not sufficient for a proper diagnosis & treatment plan Try to attach a picture Stains can be formed due to many reasons We need to know the underlying factors for it & treat accordingly
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consult your near by dentist or any dentist online
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U need to go for ultrasonic scaling
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Please send a picture of your teeth
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