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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addiction, and now I have stopped eating gutkha but my teeth are still very dirty, what should I do, that my teeth become white.

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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Go for professional full mouth cleaning (scaling). This full remove your stains on teeth. Thank you.
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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Dear Lybrate user, your teeth are dirty due to deposition of stain & calculous. You need scaling of your teeth. After scaling your teeth will be natural white colour. You should consult to your dentist for scaling your teeth.
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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Hi, good to know that you have stopped eating gutka. You should go to dentist for sacling and after that also stains remains then you can go for veneers.
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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Kindly get teeth cleaning and polishing done.
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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Since you have stopped chewing gutkha, go for scaling and polishing by a reputed dentist. Similar stains will not occur but scaling and polishing is required to everyone at least once in 6 months duration. It will enhance teeth life 4 to 5 folds, also there will be no major issues in future since your dentist will inform about it at very early stage.
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My teeth have become very dirty because I had gutkha addi...
Get scaling polishing done by a dentist than brush twice daily especially at night avoid coloured foodstuffs.
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