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Whitening toothpaste remove the discoloring from tea in my dentine exposed bottom incisor tooth?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. John Thaler
Dentistry - Prosthodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not likely

Exposed dentin and cementum (root) does not respond to whitening.
The enamel does. To get a better cosmetic result, you will need to get a tooth colored restoration (filling).

In brief: Not likely

Exposed dentin and cementum (root) does not respond to whitening.
The enamel does. To get a better cosmetic result, you will need to get a tooth colored restoration (filling).
Dr. John Thaler
Dr. John Thaler
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Dr. Jake Richards
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not likely

Dentin is naturally a yellowish color and the addition of tea stain is not an easy combo to get white with just tooth paste of any kind.
A good cleaning and in office or take home bleaching from a dentist is much more concentrated and likely to provide some success.

In brief: Not likely

Dentin is naturally a yellowish color and the addition of tea stain is not an easy combo to get white with just tooth paste of any kind.
A good cleaning and in office or take home bleaching from a dentist is much more concentrated and likely to provide some success.
Dr. Jake Richards
Dr. Jake Richards
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Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
Dentistry - Cosmetic

In brief: Yes, but...

It may lighten the stain but whitening toothpastes a famous for causing tooth sensitivity, particularly when there are exposed roots.
A better solution may be to consult with your dentist?

In brief: Yes, but...

It may lighten the stain but whitening toothpastes a famous for causing tooth sensitivity, particularly when there are exposed roots.
A better solution may be to consult with your dentist?
Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
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