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Stained Teeth (Definition)

Stained teeth are those which have been discolored, typically by coffee, smoking, or ...Read more


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Why has my four year old got brown staining on her teeth ?

Why has my four year old got brown staining on her teeth ?

See dentist: Could be stain or cavities. Can't tell on computer. If stain, your dentist can clean off the stain. If cavities, get them fixed before infection spreads. Please call your dentist now. ...Read more

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My 6 year old daughter has brown stains on her teeth, what should I do to make her teeth white again?

My 6 year old daughter has brown stains on her teeth, what should I do to make her teeth white again?

See dentist: If they are stains, your dentist can clean them off and instruct you and your child in correct oral hygiene. If they are cavities, they need treatment. This is not a diy problem, call the pro. ...Read more

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Brown stain between molars, teeth aches as well. What should I do?

Brown stain between molars, teeth aches as well. What should I do?

See dentist ASAP: Probably cavities from not cleaning between teeth (floss). Need to see dentist asap because the brown stain and aching teeth are telling you that you have an infection. It will not go away by itself. Just get worse with time. Please pick up the phone and cal your dentist now, before this becomes a mind-blowing acutely painful problem. ...Read more

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I want to properly use mouthwash to kill bacteria thru the night but I do not want any brown staining on my teeth. What wash rinse product to rely on?

I want to properly use mouthwash to kill bacteria thru the night but I do not want any brown staining on my teeth. What wash rinse product to rely on?

Mouthwash: Brushing, flossing, and use of a proxy-brush is the best routine for maintaining a healthy mouth. Use of mouthwash is not effective in removing bacterial deposits, although they can be helpful in preventing excessive growth. Salt water, a mild hydrogen peroxide solution, and baking soda may be just as effective as any store bought mouthwash. Concentrate on mechanical debridement. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: stained teeth?

What is the definition or description of: stained teeth?

Discolored by food: Stained teeth are those which have been discolored, typically by coffee, smoking, or dark colored soft drinks. ...Read more

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What can I do about stained teeth?

What can I do about stained teeth?

Several options: I would first make sure to have a professional dental cleaning. This procedure would assist in determining if the staining is removable. If the stains still exist following the professional cleaning your dentist can provide options. These options may include whitening, bonding with composite resins, porcelain veneers, or crowns. Good luck with your search. A new smile can enhance one's life! ...Read more

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What can I do for yelllowish stained teeth (always had it)?

Several options: First i would obtain a professional dental cleaning. This would allow the dentist to determine the extent of actual staining under the tooth surface. If the is still staining after the cleaning the dentist can provide specific options. These options may include bonding, porcelain veneers, whitening, or microabrasion. Your dentist can assist you in making decisions for your care. ...Read more

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What should I do about stained teeth?

What should I do about stained teeth?

Brush 1st: Start by brushing your teeth well with an electric toothbrush. Next see your dentist. Depending on the staining bleaching can be offered. If that works...Great. If you want to go whiter lumineers could be great. ...Read more

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What are some safe products that can permanently whiten my stained teeth?

What are some safe products that can permanently whiten my stained teeth?

There aren't any: Whitening is not permanent. Age, pigment containing foods (coffee, tea, colas, mustard saffron, tomato sauce, etc), smoking, will all darken teeth. Whitening can help, but must be repeated periodically. Ask your dentist for options. ...Read more

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