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I have brown teeth. How can I make them white?

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Dr. Stanley Siu
Dentistry - Cosmetic
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In brief: External vs internal

The question that needs to be asked is what caused the teeth to be brown.
If they've always been brown since childhood, it's possible you have a syndrome, fluorosis (too much fluoride), or enamel deficiency. If they've become more brown w/ age, some enamel may be wearing thin, exposing the dentin (which is the layer immediately underneath). Dentin is naturally darker. Reduce dark colored drinks.

In brief: External vs internal

The question that needs to be asked is what caused the teeth to be brown.
If they've always been brown since childhood, it's possible you have a syndrome, fluorosis (too much fluoride), or enamel deficiency. If they've become more brown w/ age, some enamel may be wearing thin, exposing the dentin (which is the layer immediately underneath). Dentin is naturally darker. Reduce dark colored drinks.
Dr. Stanley Siu
Dr. Stanley Siu
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Dr. Michael Dansie
Family Medicine

In brief: Brush, brush

Brush and floss your teta eth daily to improve the health of teeth.
Healthy teeth will help your smile. Fluoride supplementation for children and drinking water with Fluoride that has been added has also shown to help prevent tooth decay.

In brief: Brush, brush

Brush and floss your teta eth daily to improve the health of teeth.
Healthy teeth will help your smile. Fluoride supplementation for children and drinking water with Fluoride that has been added has also shown to help prevent tooth decay.
Dr. Michael Dansie
Dr. Michael Dansie
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