Dentistry Tooth discoloration

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Intrinsic stains are caused by age, malnutrition, infections or genetic reasons. Extrinsic stains are more manageable. They are caused by the food and beverages that we consume. These stains are merely cosmetic and can be removed by proper. Tooth discoloration
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Objective To determine the knowledge and attitude to tooth discoloration of patients visiting two health centers in Nairobi. Study designObjective To determine the knowledge and attitude to tooth discoloration of patients visiting two health centers in Nairobi. Study design
This research study is one of the many ways of tapping into the minds of the public and getting a broader view of their knowledge of the causes of tooth discoloration, its prevention and the treatment options available. Tooth discoloration
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Causes of tooth erosion due to extrinsic acidsCauses of tooth erosion due to extrinsic acids
Dental erosion can cause mild tooth problems, such as tooth discoloration and mild sensitivity, to more severe dental problems, such as indentions in the teeth, severe tooth sensitivity, cracked teeth and tooth loss. Tooth discoloration
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Management of intrinsic discoloration advanced treatment options: case reportManagement of intrinsic discoloration advanced treatment options: case report
Rashmi G. Shetty, Sumanth M. Shetty, Reema Srichand, Litha, Vishwanath G. “Management of Intrinsic Discoloration Advanced Treatment Options: Case Report”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. Tooth discoloration
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Tooth stainingTooth staining
Some people naturally have slightly yellow or grey teeth, but this does not necessarily mean that they are not healthy. The color of normal teeth varies and depends on the shade, translucency and thickness of the enamel. Tooth discoloration
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Teaching objectives lecture Title BleachingTeaching objectives lecture Title Bleaching
Be able to advise patients on the use of various in office and at-home bleaching products. Tooth discoloration
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Tooth discoloration Teeth discolorations are divided into: ExtrinsicTooth discoloration Teeth discolorations are divided into: Extrinsic
Extrinsic Discoloration: on the outer surface of the tooth (outer layers), easier to be treated. Tooth discoloration
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Intrinsic and extrinsic tooth discolorationIntrinsic and extrinsic tooth discoloration
The effectiveness of ktp laser-assisted tooth bleaching system, its’ advantages and reports comparing different bleaching systems. Tooth discoloration
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Consent for endodontic treatment and / or surgeryConsent for endodontic treatment and / or surgery
Please note: The doctor will review your treatment needs and answer any and all questions you may have prior to initiating treatment. The appropriate condition and treatment will be check-marked at that time. Tooth discoloration
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A sparkling smileA sparkling smile
And as everyone knows, the smile plays a very important role in a person’s facial aesthetics. Nowadays, remedies to bring enamel back to its natural white abound; yet despite this. Tooth discoloration
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