Need some dental expertise! My teeth are in good condition I just naturally have calcium deposits on my front teeth. Will whitening them remove/ blend them in?

Calcium deposits? Are you referring to external "calculus (tartar) or internal enamel defects from hypocalcification or decalcification? Whitening will have no effect on removing calculus. It might help to somewhat blend in small surface enamel defects. That was a maybe. It would be better to first consult a dentist as to what you actually have and the best ways to remove them.

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My teeth are in good condition, I just naturally have calcium deposits on my front teeth. Will whitening them remove/blend them in?

Uncertain. Enamel is the outer surface of the teeth. This mineral contains calcium.Bleaching usually lightens all areas of the teeth except the parts that are filled. It would be best to consult a cosmetic dentist who can assess the situation and advise as to course of treatment. Read more...
Whitening teeth. The answer in most cases is yes. Differences in calcification in teeth are quite common, and in my experience, I have seen these white spots blend in better when bleaching had been done. This is assuming that you have had a checkup with xrays and you have no active decay. Also it is always best to start whitening immediately after a professional cleaning. Check with your dentist. Read more...