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Best Treatment For Transparent Teeth
Prevention: Prevention is always the best cure. Some studies have shown minimum remineraliation through oil pulling. Also through a major change in diet of healthy fats, vitamin d and specific mineral intake, teeth can be remineralized. Research the work of dr. Weston price for more details. Otherwise, there are many dental possibilities to restore beauty and function to transparent teeth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Beautiful solutions: When enamel has been lost and becomes very thin the underlying yellow orange dentin is no longer masked by this translucent enamel. It appears transparent. Dental scientist and material experts have developed superior sturdy enamel substitutes in the form of ceramics and ceramic/composite combination. Complete, partial and on lay crowns are first choice. Frequently veneers on front teeth work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thin teeth?: Do you drink a lot of soda and/or citrus? Must remove the cause before trying to protect ; preserve what you have left of your enamel. Acids from soda and lemons, etc, as well as over-whitening them wear away the teeth enamel, making them look too thin. Solution: proenamel toothpaste, act Fluoride mouthwash, ; seeing a dentist to make sure they do not need some kind of protective restorations. ...Read more
Transparrent teeth: If teeth become thinned on the lip side or the tongue side light may pass through the enamel rather than being reflected back, giving the appearance of transparency rather than translucency. Most common causes are wear from malocclusion or parafunctional habits, or erosion from acid reflux or eating disorder. See your Dentist for care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Be concerned: When enamel has been lost and becomes very thin the underlying yellow orange dentin is no longer masked by this translucent enamel. It appears transparent. Protecting the remaining enamel is essential by avoiding bacterial accumulation in plaque and acidic substances that will demineralized further, the remaining enamel. New dental ceramics in combination with composite make excellent replacemen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See dentist: There are several different treatment available and the difference between them is determined by what your teeth look like and how much you want to pay to correct the problem. See your dentist, explain your concerns and then the dentist can tell you your different options. ...Read more
It depends on the degree. All teeth are translucent to some degree. However sometimes excessinf wear can cause teeth to thin out so that they appear more" transparent".
Have your dentist check your bite. Poor occlusion can cause this and fixing the bite and then proper restoration can be done. ...Read more
How many times...: ...Has this same question, or a slight variation, been asked on healthtap and answered by so many dentists the same way? Best rx, see your dentist. This isn't a do-it-yourself problem. There's nothing you can take to fix it. You need professional help. Get off the computer, pick up a phone, and call your dentist...Now. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Options: Do you also grind your teeth at night? Clenching occurs during the day. A lot depends on the the history and diagnosis that you have received for your tmj/tmd. An oral mouthpiece may be indicated, but there are many types and often are constructed based upon diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
My four front teeth (2 on top, 2 on bottom) are transparent on the edge. Would a pronamel toothpaste be enough to get ridof that? What is the recommended treatment?
No: Incisal transparency\translucency is normal and varies from individual to individual and from tooth to tooth. Wearing down of these edges or tooth erosion may sometimes increase the transparency. I recommend that you discuss this issue with your own dentist to see what, if anything, can be done to satisfy your wishes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Pain: If the pain is constant/ lingers and it is throbbing the best treatment is a root canal followed by a crown to protect the tooth. If the pain is not constant then you may be able to just have a filling. Please see your dentist today to get out of pain so you can enjoy the long weekend. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
I have unlined and big sized teeth and I also have dark jawcolor. What kind of treatment will be best and for the perfectsmile? Also tell about the expenses.
I am suffering from sensitive teeth. What type of treatment will be the best to whiten my teeth with?
Desensitizer: First of all, having sensitive teeth is not normal although it is a common problem. Find out why they are sensitive and have a plan to reduce sensitivity. Whitening is known to cause sensitivity even for those who are without sensitivity. Applying potassium nitrate before ; after whitening greatly reduces sensitivity. Ask your dentist. It is also an active ingredient in sensodyne tooth pastes. ...Read more
If teeth become thinned on the lip side or the tongue side light may pass through the enamel rather than being reflected back, giving the appearance of transparency rather than translucency. Most common causes are wear from malocclusion or parafunctional habits, or erosion from acid reflux or eating disorder. See ...Read more