Surely you have always wanted to wear a bright white smile, but you have annoying dental stains that prevent it.
Our teeth may have different shades depending on factors such as natural wear, food or beverage dyes or improper oral hygiene.
Would you like to have them whiter? The best dentist in Delhi gives you some recommendations for you to get it. Do not miss it!
What types of dental stains exist?
There are several types of dental stains, and some are easier to remove than others. According to their typology, they can be:
- Superficial stains: those that are found in the spaces between the teeth or on the surface of cracked pieces. They usually have a brown colour and are usually produced by the intake of food and colour drinks (coffee, tea, soft drinks…). They also appear for tobacco use. They can be removed with teeth whitening in Pitampura.
- Intrinsic stains: they are in the dental structure itself and are usually gray. They have different causes: genetics, diseases, medications, etc… and are difficult to remove.
- Soft deposits: they are normally white and settle on the outside of the enamel. The main cause is the accumulation of bacterial plaque in the mouth.
According to their colour, they are classified into:
- Brown spots: they are the most common, and are produced by the consumption of tobacco, alcohol, coffee or tea. All these products alter the balance of the bacterial flora and favour the formation of plaque. They are usually the easiest to eliminate.
- White spots: they can be caused by several causes, from poor nutrition, even as a result of tooth decay or excess fluoride during childhood. They are usually complex to remove.
- Yellow spots: they are mostly linked to the consumption of acidic foods or some medications (tetracyclines).
How can I avoid the appearance of stains on the teeth?
We can take some preventive measures to avoid, as much as possible, that spots appear on our teeth:
- Always brush your teeth after eating and drinking (especially if it’s coffee or tea). If you can use an electric brush, floss and mouthwash, the better.
- If you can’t brush your teeth, rinse your mouth as soon as you finish eating or drinking.
- Use toothpaste with a little teeth whitener.
- Use a drinking straw to avoid contact of the liquid with the teeth.
- Visit your dentist in Delhi regularly (every 6 months) to perform a dental prophylaxis.
- Avoid the consumption of tobacco, coffee, tea, wine, soft drinks and food with too much colour.
I have stains on my teeth; How can I remove them?
As we have seen before, dental stains have different origins and causes and, depending on what type your dentist in Rani Bagh can propose the right treatment for you.
We recommend that you make an appointment at the dental clinic in Rani Bagh so that we can assess your specific case.
In general, some of the treatments that are usually carried out to remove dental stains are:
It is the easiest and fastest treatment, with which you can get rid of the easiest stains to remove such as those caused by tobacco or coffee. This is a dental cleaning, about 50 minutes long, which also includes cleaning with a special paste and a bicarbonate air-polisher.
Thanks to a teeth whitening treatment in Delhi, you can remove the most complex stains and wear an even more radiant smile. We recommend a combination of treatment at home and in the clinic (with cold light lamp)
Depending on the type of stains, these may not disappear with the treatments discussed above, and the only solution may be the use of dental veneers in Delhi. They can be porcelain or composite, and give very good results.