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Teeth Discoloration
Please suggest how to get rid of discoloration of teeth.. wanna bring back to white color( from light brown) any food items or any medicine..
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Hello You can go for cleaning followed by bleaching of the teeth
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Need to see first if only one tooth is discolored or all of your teeth. If one tooth is affected, history of trauma to that tooth is needed. It can be corrected by root canal treatment followed by capping of that teeth. If at all, all of your teeth are discolored, history of any habit is necessary, like do you or did you have any tobacco chewing habit. For that, a full mouth scaling followed by bleaching can be done. Please note that bleaching cannot give you white teeth, it will only give you one or two better shade than your recent tooth shade.
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visit a nearby dentist to get the treatment done
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Hello sir, we have to examine whether all the teeth are discolored or only one teeth is discolored... If all the teeth are discolored ,in office bleaching can be done to whiten your teeth... If only single teeth is discolored we can do Root Canal Treatment and capping for the particular teeth...
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Hey hi.. if u have got hurt and ur tooth colour as gt discoloured.. root canal and internal bleaching . Followed by a cap for longitivity.. n in internal bleaching 90 percent discolouration would reduce.. but again it depends.. if it’s external all ur tooth would have been stained.. not a single tooth.. that requires scaling n if d discolouration is more than external bleaching adviced
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So basically on wt type of discolouration.. the treatment will depend
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There are many options for removal of discoloration of teeth depending on condition and cause for discoloration. It can be removed by scaling and polishing Bleaching Veneers
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Please visit a dentist and get it evaluated
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Step One: Oral Prophylaxis that involves cleaning and polishing by a dentist Step 2: Reduction of smoking excessive tea or coffee Step 3: Teeth bleaching by a dentist
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You need to visit your dentist . Get scaling and polishing done . Follow proper toothbrushing techniques and other oral hygiene instructions.
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Get scaling and polishing done from a dentist. It will remove superficial stains. If you want lighter tooth colour then you can opt for bleaching. Home bleach is a good option
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Discoloration of teeth is basically due to lack of Scaling of use of coloured food products or tobacco chewing or smoking ,etc U might need a scaling or Bleaching depending on the discoloured teeth of yours which your dentist will decide.
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visit your dentist and get scaling r bleaching done
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Try maintaining your Oral Hygiene
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