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Yellow dots on teeth, bleeding from gums, addicted to pop. Treatment?

Hi, i have noticed that my teeth have yellow dots on them ( is it because I drink to much pop? ) And I have this problem whit my teeth cause they don t get to whiten out, Its a mix of light yellow and white. And I think I might have gum desease ( sorry I don t now how to spell it right ) because I don t pull them out because there s might be a huge amount of blood and I don t want to live the rest of my life living whit blood out of my mouth and whit this ( my whitening problem ) and as I forgot, me and my Mom were gonna go Shuveling ( sorry i dont know how to spell it right ) and my tooth fell out when I did nt know, it fell out at any time and any where. Please respond ASAP thank you!
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 's  Response
hi.yellow dots over the tooth most commonly results from dental flourosis or due to enamel hypoplasia.sometimes external stains can also be present.there r several ways through which u can get rid of yellow teeth.after oral prophylaxis procedure u can go for bleaching procedures.and u can also go for direct or indirect veneers.after extraction or any procedure over the tooth and gums, bleeding can easily be controlled by applying pressure packs. Wish u good health
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Dentist Dr. Gunjan Gupta's  Response
hello,
as you give the detail about your problem,it seems that you have not gone for scaling yet even once. so i will suggest you please go to a dentist in your area and go for complete examination done and after that for scaling too.and please follow all the given instructions properly.because as you gave the detail it seems that you have deposits over your teeth and gums (plaque and calculus).these deposits are destroying your teeth and gums and related structures,because of that you have loose teeth,bleeding gums etc.
nothing to get worried,take a proper treatment.you will definitely get relief.
take care
Dr.Gunjan Gupta
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Dr. Kamal Hasan's  Response
hi.yellow dots over the tooth most commonly results from dental flourosis or due to enamel hypoplasia.sometimes external stains can also be present.there r several ways through which u can get rid of yellow teeth.after oral prophylaxis procedure u can go for bleaching procedures.and u can also go for direct or indirect veneers.after extraction or any procedure over the tooth and gums, bleeding can easily be controlled by applying pressure packs. Wish u good health
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Dr. Kamal Hasan's  Response
hi.yellow dots over the tooth most commonly results from dental flourosis or due to enamel hypoplasia.sometimes external stains can also be present.there r several ways through which u can get rid of yellow teeth.after oral prophylaxis procedure u can go for bleaching procedures.and u can also go for direct or indirect veneers.after extraction or any procedure over the tooth and gums, bleeding can easily be controlled by applying pressure packs. Wish u good health
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Aparna Kohli's  Response
Hi,
Thanks for writing in.
The yellowish discoloration of the teeth can be due to excessive deposition of plaque. This can be dealt with by a procedure called scaling. The gum disease would also need to be evaluated by a dentist. I would suggest that you do not ignore this as this can lead to irreversible changes in the gums. We have mechanisms in the body which would stop the bleeding and you would not be bleeding for a long time. In all probability, you would stop bleeding within 1-2 minutes. Please see a dentist at your earliest convenience.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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