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.
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
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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