White Spots on your teeth?

Answer If your a mouth breather, your mouth is dry therefore your teeth are dry and the decalcified/fluoridosis areas show more brightly, once you moisten your teeth with saliva, they're not as noticeable... Read More »

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White spots on teeth?

White spots are hypocalcified marks either when the teeth were forming or if plaque sat on the teeth for a while. When the teeth dry out (like sleeping and breathing through your mouth), the whit... Read More »

Why do I have white spots on my teeth?

Teeth can appear discolored for a variety of reasons, but a white spot may indicate an irregularity in the tooth enamel.Tooth EnamelTeeth contain an outer mineral coating known as enamel. Tooth ena... Read More »

White spots on teeth from braces?

Those white marks that you see after brace removal are the result of the decalcification of enamel. This is an early process prior to having an actual cavity."Shallow" white spots can be polished ... Read More »

White spots in teeth after bleaching?

First of all your teeth aren't ruined. The sensitivity you speak of is the most common side affect with bleaching your teeth because it makes your teeth more pourous allowing for more air to get cl... Read More »