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Brown dot: If you can brush or scrape it off, it's stain. If you can't, then you can't tell. You will need to see a dentist to determine what it is. ...Read more
See your dentist: I realize "low cost" is a relative term. However, it is important to know what is the cause of the stain prior to trying to remove it. ...Read more
What is the best way to get rid of dark tooth stains? I've never had great oral habits, and as a consequence have pretty stained teeth i would like cleaned. I've looked into it, but there are so many methods at both the home and at the dentist's office. W
Polish it.: Cleaning alone may not be the answer. If it has a restoration, it needs to be polished, and if it does not have a restoration, it may still need to be polished. Sometimes rough enamel will stain. The dentist needs to take polishing discs and rubber wheels to polish the enamel. The sonocare toothbrush may also help prevent stains. ...Read more
Random black stain in tooth it dosent hurt , I'll be seeing my dentist this week but what could it be ?
When i was younger i fell and hit my tooth on the bath tub and my tooth went threw my lip now my front bottom tooth has a yellow stain on it. Why?
Small? All over?: I'm sorry to hear about the tooth trauma. Without seeing it is not clear what the yellow stain is. If the tooth that went through the lip (ouch...!) was a baby tooth, and the adult tooth has a stain, it is common the developing adult tooth gets "scratched" so to speak, by the traumatized baby tooth. If the adult tooth was hit, ; now is yellow, it may/may not be related. See a dentist ; find out. ...Read more