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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scaling is it any chance of loosing enamel?

8 Doctors Answered
I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
Hello, stains could be because of deposits on teeth surface or food lodged in between teeth. Visit a dentist and get your scaling and polishing done. Brush your teeth twice daily. Night brushing is very important. Floss regularly. Rinse after every meal. Visit dentist every 6 months. You will not lose any enamel in scaling.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
No.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
There is no chance of loosing enamel. Kindly get it done.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
No nothing like that.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
No it is not like cleaning ones in a year is recommended by all dentist to keep your orAl cavity for you best treatement is visit your dentist get cleaning done maintain it by massaging your gums with hexigel twice daily for a week it will also keep gums healthy and the habit of smoking you need to cut down.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
No but stop smoking before that than brush twice daily especially at night
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
Please Yes Don't do it It will make your teeth very sensitive and painful.
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I have cigarette stains on my teeth if I choose for scali...
No.
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