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Yellowish teeth
I have been shifted to Bangalore since 2 years... But the main problems is my teeth is getting yellowish. May be because of more amount of fluoride.. What should I do to make them white.... I have used many teeth whitening products but none of them are effective....
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Dr. Vinod Kumar K R
Dentist 17 yrs exp Bangalore
Flurosis bl not get cleared with regular cleaning or tooth whitening products, if it's very mild bleaching cam made but if it s more tgen u hv to go for laminates veneers fie permanent solution
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Dr. Abhishek Jain
Dentist 8 yrs exp Lucknow
Hi, As u hav shifted to Bangalore just 2 years back and ur teeth r getting yellowish only after coming to Bangalore, it can't be because of fluorosis.. Higher amount of fluoride in water affects teeth only when teeth are being developed. As u r already 19, complete calcification must have occurred. There must be some other reason or the yellow white patches must have been present in ur teeth earlier too.. Anyways, show it to a good dentist. If stains r extrinsic, it'll be removed only by scaling, while if intrinsic, u may have to go for a separate procedure named bleaching.. Ur dentist will give you the details regarding the same.
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Dr. Ipsita kukreja
Dentist 9 yrs exp Pune
FLuorosis causes staining of teeth from within{intrinsic stains} which cannot be removed with simple brushing or scaling. For prolonged benefits go for crowns or laminates and veneers.
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Dr. Hithysh BM
General Physician 3 yrs exp Bangalore
Helo flourosis should be ruled out kindly consult orthopedician and dentist for further evaluation and treatment.
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