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How to remove this yellowness from my lower teeth. I have try many things to remove this but no result it found😔
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Don't worry this stains will go easily thru dental procedures,  which your city dentist will do easily, be calm n relax visit a dentist
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maintain oral hygiene brushing twice n use floss
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Fortunately the solution for this is fairly simple!! Visit a dentist and get a dental cleaning done.
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Visit a dentist for a scaling procedure
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Brush twice a day, floss once a day.
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Hello dear Please be calm See these are dental stains which requires oral prophylaxis.i suggest you to please go for scaling.for further details you can consult me Thanks
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Hi,     There is a procedure called Scaling which cleans these type of stains. Please visit your nearest dentist and get the cleaning done.
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These stains will easily go away with dental scaling and polishing. Visit a nearby dentist.
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Visit a Dental Practitioner
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Do not overdo home remedies or home solutions to remove the stains.
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Hello. The yellow deposit is stains and calculus. Dental calculus is calcified dental plaque, composed primarily of calcium phosphate mineral salts deposited between and within remnants of formerly viable microorganisms. A viable dental plaque covers mineralized calculus deposits. Scaling and polishing is a painless professional teeth cleaning treatment. During Scaling, the hard substance accumulated in the teeth, also called as tartar is removed. Accumulation of tartar/plaque leads to further problems like periodontitis, bleeding gums, loosening of teeth, bad oral hygiene, bad mouth odor and unhealthy gums and teeth. It is advised to get scaling done once in every 6 months in order to maintain healthy firm gums and teeth. Kindly undergo scaling and polishing to get rid of stains and calculus
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These are the stains that can be removed by normal dental scaling, you need to visit any nearby dentist for the scaling. Afterwards if you doesn't feel whiteness is as much as you expected ask your dentist for dental bleaching.
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Get dental scaling done by a good dentist
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Hello, These stains can be removed by scaling and polishing.
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Visit a dentist for the treatment.
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