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White color of tooth

White color appearing between the tooth and gums,can it be a sign of tooth decay or something related to that.,and I am also feeling that my gum is also getting reduced in lower jaw.
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Dr. Piyush Jain
Dentist 3 yrs exp Bhopal
The white colour which u r talking is calculus and it has to be removed so kindly visit your dentist
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Dr. Avinash Sahu
Dentist 5 yrs exp Bilaspur
Hi, these might be chalky white lesions, these are the earliest sign of demineralization. Simple cleaning and maintaining oral hygiene is enough. If lesion is deep and wide spread then intervention in needed.
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Dr. Durga Kshitish Kothuru
Dental Surgeon 14 yrs exp Vijayawada
That is called tartar or calculus. Will vanish once u get ur teeth cleaned. Ur gum recession is due to the same reason. Get ur teeth cleaned to avoid further gum recession
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Dr. Mohammad Imran Khan
Dentist 8 yrs exp Lucknow
Hi as u said , it can be either deposits on tooth surface as calculus or its a demineralized spot on enamel ..first can be cured just by a professional cleaning of ur teeth other one needs a follow up and remineralization techniques or if progressive a tooth color filling either way u need to visit ur dentist for best advice best of luck take care
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Dr. Aarti Talikoti
Prosthodontist 15 yrs exp Bangalore
White deposits are food deposits that get hardened.we call it as calculus and is highly infectious. Kindly get it cleaned professionally with a dentist
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