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Why Are My Two Front Teeth Transparent
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Enamel wearing thin: As we age your enamel wears down. And....One area that thins is the enamel on the front teeth. Enamel is a crystalline structure and when it thins like you are talking they appear translucent. If it bothers you..Have your dentist smooth them out or if there is enough to fill then do so. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My two front teeth enamels are becoming clear.I can see the white teeth from outside.What is the cause?
What is it when the tip of two front teeth turn somewhat transparent?my teeth r kinda transparent near the tips.no idea since when.why's that?
Thin enamel: You may be grinding your teeth. If so, the edge of the enamel on the lingual surfaces of the teeth in question may have been worn thin, making the teeth look even more transparent in that area. Let a local dentist take a look and advise if any treatment is indicated, including a bruxism guard. ...Read more
Two upper front teeth are always tense, tingle. MRI clear. I have a lot of muscle tension on my cheek/jaw. Is it connected? (I'm anxious naturally)
Interesting...: i've heard a lot of strange symptoms, but this is a first. People with TMD, that is muscle dysfunction caused by excessive tension in the muscles of chewing can result in a variety of symptoms: headache, dear fullness, vertigo, even blurred vision. Strange sensations in the oral region are possible I would believe. I have no real answers for you otherwise. Avoid overly aggressive dental hygiene. ...Read more
We are not : Bilaterally symmetrical, by that i mean we are not mirror images of each side. Normal variations exist throughout our bodies. If its of concern, speak with your dentist -- there are a lot of cosmetic options available to make your smile as perfect as you would like it to be. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Why?: In order to answer the question, one would need to know why your two front teeth need to be "shaved down". If there is a sound rationale or reason for the procedure, you should see a dentist for evaluation and any indicated treatment. ...Read more
See a dentist: Most likely this means you are grinding on the back of the front teeth and have worn away the enamel and dentin on the back of the front teeth, leaving only the enamel on the front of the tooth. Enamel is translucent, meaning you can see through it. You might be able to have bonding placed on the back of the front teeth to replace what's gone. Call a dentist for evaluation. ...Read more
Most likley but: Could be in part due to history of trauma or systemic illness during tooth development about 2-3 years before it comes in. You have options to try to match them that are cosmetic treatments, but only if you want the change. See your dentist for care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Translucent edges: This will require at least some dental bonding of a composite to restore the lost enamel. You should also find out why they have thinned over time. Perhaps from bruxism or erosion or a combination of both. If you don't fine the cause and address it, the bonding may wear away and you will be back where you started. Have your own dentist evaluate this and recommend a solution. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My two front teeth always hurt whenever I wake up in the morning,and when I touch it I can move it around a little but just back and forth.why?
One of my top brackets broke, and now my two front teeth are starting to move back to how they were. Will the broken bracket affect the process?
Many options: If these is the only problem,consider minor orthodontic treatment,if you don't like the way they look,you can have veneers placed on them closing the gap in the same time., Faster approaches like bonding might be considered depending on how large the space is. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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