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Seven Tips To Treat White Spots On Teeth




Dentist examining a man's teeth and gums

Treating white spots on your teeth takes a little bit of care and thought because there are various methods and tips that you can try to help your teeth to recover from white spots. You might not know what your best options are but, you can try all these options until you feel like you have come up on something that is going work the best for you. Plus, you need to think this over carefully so that you will keep your teeth in the best possible condition.

1.  Abrasion

There are special abrasion programs that you can use through a place like because you want to simply scrub these things off your teeth with specialist help from your dentist. When you are doing this, you can scrub away the white spots to avoid these issues in the future.

2.  Diet Change

You need to go for a diet change so that you can get rid of all the sugars that are causing the white spots to develop on your teeth in the first place. This could be something that you did no realize was a problem, but you definitely need to be sure that you have considered what you might do so that you can look your best. When you make a dietary change, you could also consider drinking more pure water to help your teeth look better.

3.  Whitening

You could actually do a whitening program that is going to even out the color of your teeth, disguising the spots (although a detist should still be consulted). This is something that will be easier to do, and you will feel so much better about your teeth because you can see the results when you have used the program for long periods of time.  

4.  Veneers

You can go for veneers that will help you cover up the white spots that you have, and it would be much easier for you to get these done because it is just one procedure that is going to help you look your best. If you are not sure which you should choose, you need to ask your dentist for advice because they often know what will work best in your situation.

5.  Flouride

You can use fluoride in toothpaste and tap water (in some areas) to treat your teeth, and that will help make these spots go away over time. If you have any questions about how this works, you need to be sure that you have tried it with your dentist first.

6.  Resin

You could have your dentist cover up some of these spots with a special resin that will make your teeth look nice again. However, this is not a perfect Solution because most people who are getting this done need to have it done for them all over again in a couple years.

7.  Filtered Water

If you are filtering your water, you can get all the parish particles out that will cause these white spots. This might be a good first step, but you still need to know what you would do to get the best results out of everything on the list. Talking to your dentist is always the first step.

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