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Pics Of Brown Stains At Gumline
I have small thin dark lines in the grooves of my teeth. Last cleaning was a year ago, no cavities. I brush daily, are dark lines normal?
Wearing retainers for 2yrs.Deep black stains/spots appear mostly near gumline.Some appear as spots on entire tooth.Cant get it off.Anything serious?
Stain or decay: It is either a stain or a decay (cavities) developed where plaque accumulation the most. Is the stain/spots soft or hard? Schedule a cleaning appointment to see if a dentist/hygienist can clean the spot off. If he or she cannot, it is either an arrest caries or decay. If he or she can, it is either a nicotine stain from smoking, caffeine stain from tea and/or coffee, or just water in your area. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tiny grey spot at the end of blood vessel in eye and discolored patch with a tinge of yellowish brown on my sclera. Eyes were irritated with sunblock?
Can brushing your teeth with whitiinging toothpaste then other kinds of paste 3 times a day cause white spots and lines near the gum line?
Differential...: Could be a number of things. Ethnic pigmentation depending on your racial background, a blue nevus (special kind of mole essentially), an amalgam tattoo (small piece of amalgam filling material that stains the surrounding tissue over time), varicosity (large blood vessel...Think vericose veins in your legs...Unlikely though). Get a dentist to look at it, but don't lose any sleep over it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crest 3D White Toothpaist. Saw black spot under my gums, I used tweezers 2 investigate. A BUNCH of the blue particles in the Toothpaist came out. Why?
Blue particles : The blue particles are polyethylene specks that help give an abrasive effect to the toothpaste. While they are considered harmless by Proctor and Gamble's clinical studies, they are looking for alternatives that may be used instead, to replace the microplastic beads. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See an orthodontist: There are a few of potential causes for white spots on your gums, and usually it is a normal color variation. However, evaluation by an oral health professional orthodontist or dentist is needed to determine if spots are a cause for concern. Good luck with your braces. Congratulations! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have alot of plaque on tooth at gum line, plaque is also discolored and i drink moderate wine. Can the teeth and plaque be stained from wine?
Got these red spots on my toes with lots of itching and burning sensations. Big toe nails look yellowish, slightly brownish at the front edges.
Fungus: It sounds probable that you may be dealing with fungus growing on your skin and under your toe nails. You will need the help of prescriptions for either topical or oral antifungal medication from your primary care provider to get rid of it completely. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Little red spot side of tongue on sat, looked gone sun, now tues same spot now white, same size. Worry? See dentist? Grind teeth at night, anxiety.
Yes see a dentist: Anxiety also causes in some cases tongue thrusting along with bringing the teeth at night , that can cause the minor cuts at the tongue edge that turns into sours later on . You should see a dentist to have a night guard made for you and seek other solutions like selective grinding of teeth to meet properly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are white skin colored spots not bumps on the areola normal at age14? Also areolas getting darker at 14?
In general, what are my dental options when wanting to get rid of front teeth black triangles at gumline? Least invasive?
Black triangles: Treatment depends on the cause of the black triangles. If you have recession and bone loss, treatment is dependent on the amount of loss, health of the gums and bone, and the stability of the teeth. Options include crowns and/or veneers. If there is minimal or no recession and bone loss, options include veneers or cosmetic bonding. See your dentist for an exam and consult. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers