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I am having yellow spots from inside of my lower teeth's which treatment I'll need to go for? Or should I try any home remedies before going to dentist ? Please suggest.
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi.. You should undergo full mouth cleaning of teeth from dentist (scaling). It will solve the problem. Regards
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Dr. Asha Praveena
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If you have noticed this yellow spots or lines recently it could be plaque / tartar deposits on your teeth. Which only requires professional cleaning called scaling. If these spots have been there from the time the teeth have erupted/come out, it could be flurosis ( high flouride content in water causes this) that will require bleaching of teeth. Based on severity of stains bleaching or cosmetic veeners may be needed.
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Dr. Shlesha Shah
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Hello, From what you are mentioning it most likely is calculus deposit,also known as tartar deposits.Soft plaque over a period of time becomes calcified and hard,making it hard to brush.A professional cleaning(scaling)will help in removing it and improving the health of your gums.Hope this helps!
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Dr. Ravi Goyal
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Please visit a dentist and he will suggest you for the best possible treatment, home remedies will not work, it can either be bleaching or veneers to cover it up
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