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Slightly transparent teeth?

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Dr. STEPHEN PERRY
Dentistry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Be concerned

When enamel has been lost and becomes very thin the underlying yellow orange dentin is no longer masked by this translucent enamel.
It appears transparent. Protecting the remaining enamel is essential by avoiding bacterial accumulation in plaque and acidic substances that will demineralized further, the remaining enamel. New dental ceramics in combination with composite make excellent replacemen.

In brief: Be concerned

When enamel has been lost and becomes very thin the underlying yellow orange dentin is no longer masked by this translucent enamel.
It appears transparent. Protecting the remaining enamel is essential by avoiding bacterial accumulation in plaque and acidic substances that will demineralized further, the remaining enamel. New dental ceramics in combination with composite make excellent replacemen.
Dr. STEPHEN PERRY
Dr. STEPHEN PERRY
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Dr. James Donley
Dentistry

In brief: Normal

Many teeth are slightly transparent.
If there is a lot of transparency, the person has probably whitening their teeth in excess.

In brief: Normal

Many teeth are slightly transparent.
If there is a lot of transparency, the person has probably whitening their teeth in excess.
Dr. James Donley
Dr. James Donley
Thank
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