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How do you remove yellow from teeth without hurting enamel?

How do you remove yellow from teeth without hurting enamel?

Can't remove yellow: Even when the dentist or oral hygienest whiten teeth, they are only very changing it to a lighter shade of yellow. If you remove the yellow, the enamel is already gone. ...Read more

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Enamel (Definition)

Enamel is the outer layer of the tooth composed of a crystalline structure called hydroxyapatite. Enamel is the part of the tooth you see in the mouth. It is the hardest part of the human body when ...Read more


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How can I whiten my yellow-brown teeth if I was eating too much acidic fruit that wore away enamel?

How can I whiten my yellow-brown teeth if I was eating too much acidic fruit that wore away enamel?

Porcelain Veneers: I know they are expensive but once the enamel layer is worn away the dentin layer underneath is generally darker and more porous. The bad news is that your teeth are going to get even darker as you age because they absorb the stains in our food. The good news is that porcelain veneers can reverse all of this in two appointments. See a prosthodontist in your area. They generally last 20 years. ...Read more

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I have black stains that appear on my teeth every 8 months or so,and every year I go to the dentist and remove them, Does this hurt the enamel?

Stains: Removing stains is not harmful to the enamel . Stains can be caused by diet- coffee, tea, smoking etc. If the stain is around existing fillings, they may need to be smoothed or replaced. Having your teeth cleaned more frequently can reduce the amount of stain as well. ...Read more

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I have small dots(yellow) on my teeth .. How i can remove it ?

I have small dots(yellow) on my teeth .. How i can remove it ?

Yellow spots: see a dentist about these yellow spots. They may be stains or decay. A dentist will be able to make your teeth look great and be healthy ...Read more

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My child is growing her adult teeth and the front one has a large yellow spot one it. Do you no what could cause it and how I could remove it?

My child is growing her adult teeth and the front one has a large yellow spot one it. Do you no what could
 cause it and how I could remove it?

Yellow spot: Occasionally an adult tooth will erupt with a yellow or white spot. This is an usually due to an interruption in the development of the enamal. It can be caused by an injury or infection of the baby tooth, or an illness during the time of tooth development. Have your child examined by a dentist for a thorough diagnosis and recommendation for treatment. ...Read more

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What I should use to remove yellowing of teeth even i brush daily but still my one teeth is yellow i wana make it white like other?

What I should use to remove yellowing of teeth even i brush daily but still my one teeth is yellow i wana make it white like other?

That depends: That depends on why the tooth is discolored. If it is just surface stain your dentist may be able to polish it off, or for deeper surface stains, bleach the tooth. If it is because the enamel did not form properly in the first place, or has decalcified you may need a veneer or a porcelain crown to change the color. If it is the result of trauma, you may require root canal treatment as well. ...Read more

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I have yellow bright yellow teeth that are crooked but I am going to get braces. How do I remove the stains?

I have yellow bright yellow teeth that are crooked but I am going to get braces. How do I remove the stains?

Before or After: It depends on what types of stains the yellow stains are made of. If it is a film of bacteria, it will be mostly removed when you get brackets, as all outer surfaces of teeth will be cleaned first. If the "stain" is actually decay, it is treated first. If the stain is within the enamel, it may be more practical to treat it after completing braces. Ask your doctor which case yours fall in. ...Read more

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