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Mild yellowness in teeth . I don t see any

May 2018
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Mild yellowness in teeth . I don't see any problem with teeth . But natural color is not white . Is there anything can be done to make them bright white !!
Fri, 9 Feb 2018 in Dental Health
Answered by Dr. Honey Arora 14 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Little yellowness is at times natural.

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for the query..

If the teeth are not white naturally then it is generally due to thin enamel..

So in this case you can go for teeth whitening procedure or bleaching of teeth for improving the appearrence..

Other procedures can be veneers or laminates..

Please let me know if you have more queries.

Hope this helps..

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Follow-up: Mild yellowness in teeth . I don t see any 36 minutes later
Hello Doctor ,

Is there any natural / home remedy for the same ?
Answered by Dr. Honey Arora 20 hours later
Brief Answer:
Detailed below.

Detailed Answer:

Well natural teeth colour is not changed much..

You can do gargles with 1:1 solution of hydrogen peroxide and water.

Mix a pinch of baking sida with hydrogen peroxide to make a paste but be cautious to use very little baking soda.
Brush gently over the teeth with it just for a minute and not much.

Limit intake of tea and coffee.
Do not consume tobacco or cigarettes if you do.
Eat more of fresh fruits, salads, vegetables in raw form.
Always gargle after eating anything..

Hope this helps..

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Follow-up: Mild yellowness in teeth . I don t see any 21 minutes later
Thanks Doctor !! How can I buy hydrogen peroxide from Pharmacy . I mean is there any specific lotion which I need to mention ?
Answered by Dr. Honey Arora 1 minute later
Brief Answer:
It comes with same name.

Detailed Answer:
You can go and ask for hydrogen peroxide and you will get it..

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