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How can you fix stained/discolored teeth inexpensively safely?
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Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: See a Dentist
Often home remedies cause much more harm than improvement.
Your dentist can evaluate the stain/discoloration & determine if can be safely lightened, or determine if it is decay that needs to be treated to prevent deepening, if left untreated, decay will dramatically increase in size, causing pain & need for root canal treatment. Even if you are on a budget, your dentist can help you.

In brief: See a Dentist
Often home remedies cause much more harm than improvement.
Your dentist can evaluate the stain/discoloration & determine if can be safely lightened, or determine if it is decay that needs to be treated to prevent deepening, if left untreated, decay will dramatically increase in size, causing pain & need for root canal treatment. Even if you are on a budget, your dentist can help you.
Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dr. Stephen Gordon
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Ortho phosphoric aci
Superphosphozyme by biotics will whiten teeth.
Use a qtip with few drops use on teeth and rinse off using water with little baking soda to remove any acid (or just rinse thoroughly).

In brief: Ortho phosphoric aci
Superphosphozyme by biotics will whiten teeth.
Use a qtip with few drops use on teeth and rinse off using water with little baking soda to remove any acid (or just rinse thoroughly).
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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Dr. Gary Sandler
Ask your dentist first!
Dr. Gary Sandler
Dentistry
In brief: Be careful!
It's never smart to try otc products without consulting a professional first! i also hope that you are not one of those individuals that care more about "white" teeth than "healthy" teeth.
Ask your dentist what can be used within your budget. There are several effective relatively low cost products although they may not provide the best results.

In brief: Be careful!
It's never smart to try otc products without consulting a professional first! i also hope that you are not one of those individuals that care more about "white" teeth than "healthy" teeth.
Ask your dentist what can be used within your budget. There are several effective relatively low cost products although they may not provide the best results.
Dr. Gary Sandler
Dr. Gary Sandler
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