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What is the treatment for discolored teeth?

What is the treatment for discolored teeth?

TWO Treatments: You can either whiten your teeth with either professional whitening or over the counter or have your dentist tell you about porcelain or composite veneers! ...Read more

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Dr. Marta Milejczyk
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Discolored Teeth (Definition)

See your dentist for a clinical examination to determine if the discoloration is extrinsic or intrinsic. You may need a simple hygiene appointment if the stains can be easily removed or you may be a candidate for bleaching or laminates, speak with your dentist for a definitive answer ...Read more


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How can you fix discolored teeth?

How can you fix discolored teeth?

Many solutions: Discolored teeth can be fixed by any number of techniques. Whitening is an option as is composite or porcelain veneers. Crowns may also be placed depending on other circumstances in mouth. ...Read more

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What can be done for discolored teeth?

What can be done for discolored teeth?

Treatment options: to whiten teeth can vary depending on the cause of the discoloration. Professional teeth whitening is a simple, non-invasive dental treatment used to change the color of natural tooth enamel. Porcelain veneers is another option. Se your dentist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Any methods to curing discolored teeth?

Any methods to curing discolored teeth?

Tooth Whitening: Sure, there are lots of ways to improve the color of your teeth. Dentist supervised tooth whitening programs, porcelain veneers, and white fillings and crowns are the most common ways to improve tooth color. ...Read more

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What can I do about my discolored teeth?

What can I do about my discolored teeth?

See a Dentist: To evaluate what type of discoloration you have-whether it is intrinsic or extrinsic. ...Read more

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What can I do to fix broken & discolored teeth?

What can I do to fix broken & discolored teeth?

Depends: Figure out why they are discolored. Is it because of staining or decay? A dentist will be able to go through your options to fix your teeth. ...Read more

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Can discolored teeth be painted into a normal color?

Can discolored teeth be painted into a normal color?

No: Only on a photo or with photoshop. Unfortunately not. Teeth can be discolored for various reasons-stain, damaged nerve, ttetracyline staining, individual variations, thinning enamel and age, just to mention some of the more common causes. There are ways to improve the esthetics- tooth whitening, bonding, laminates, crowns or a good cleaning. See a dentist for a personal consultation. ...Read more

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If somebody has discolored teeth from chewing betel nuts?

If somebody has discolored teeth from chewing betel nuts?

Ortho phosphoric aci: Superphosphozyme by biotics will whiten teeth. Use a qtip with few drops use on teeth and rinse off using water with little baking soda to remove any acid (or just rinse thoroughly). ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Discolored teeth?

Clinical examination: See your dentist for a clinical examination to determine if the discoloration is extrinsic or intrinsic. You may need a simple hygiene appointment if the stains can be easily removed or you may be a candidate for bleaching or laminates, speak with your dentist for a definitive answer for your particular situation. ...Read more

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Is there an inexpensive way to fix stained/discolored teeth?

Is there an inexpensive way to fix stained/discolored teeth?

Yes : Sadly -at the end of the day you get what you pay for. Composite veneers are cheaper than porcelain / ceramic veneers. Teeth whitening and micro air abrasion might be an option - also using mi paste. Most important to have your expectations realistic. Best to see a dentist for a work up and treatment options. ...Read more

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