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How do i get stains off my teeth which was caused due to years of cigarette smoking.Nicotine cleansing?Is it possible?

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You should get Scaling treatment, at least every 1year.
Hello.Its possible to clear all the stains by visiting the dentist n asking for dental cleaning (scaling).Furthermore if you need more whitening then ask for bleaching too.
Yes most stains can be removed by cleaning by a professional dentist.
Hi, Stains produced by smoking habits over several years can be pretty adamant ones. The first thing you need to do is quit the habit, to allow any subsequent corrective measures to be effective, and maintainable. Once that bridge is crossed, possibly get a thorough cleaning of your teeth. This should improve your oral condition in general, and get the teeth looking much better as well. Further improvement can then be achieved by various means, depending upon the clinical situation, and your desires. You can discuss these with your dentist. Hope this helps.
Yes it is possible to get those stains removed by scaling or bleaching. The external stains will get removed by scaling itself. But the internal stains needs bleeching of the tooth to get rid of the stains.
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Get a professional cleaning done from a dentist. Later you can go for teeth whitening also.
Hi, Scaling and polishing or if it is still there You can go ahead for bleaching.
Stains caused by cigarette smoking can be removed by ultrasonic scaling followed by polishing. But if smoking is not ceased,stains may reappear.
You need to get scaling and polishing done.
Yes !by scaling and polishing, if required, bleaching
Generally a clean up/ scaling by the dentist can remove most external stains. If required further than cosmetic treatment such as bleaching or laminates or tooth colored filliings can be done in the front teeth to improve smile. It is extremely necessary to stop the habit.
You need to consult the dentist for a professional cleaning. Ask for ultrasonic scaling followed by polishing to get rid of the stains and stay heathy!
First of all, u need to STOP SMOKING, stains can partially be removed by Scalung or completely by BLEACHING.
Ah. .100 percent can be removed by good bleaching tecnique. . Try FGM bleach , it's a material of choice for office bleach and u and an expert dentist can give you very good results !
Yes indeed it is possible.All u need to do is get a check up done to determine the degree of staining which will help the dentist to predict how many sittings it will take to clean your teeth and to what extent your teeth can be cleaned.
Yes it is possible. You have to consult the dentist and ubdergo scaling (cleaning) procedure. If still sone stains remain then u can do bleaching of your teeth.
Get scaling (cleaning of teeth)done
You can do professional cleaning bleaching or microabrasion can serve cosmetic purpose for ur front teeth to look better first and formost u have to quit smoking
U can clean ur stains by doing proper scaling.Consult dentist
Scaling & Whitening
Yes it is absolutely possible. U can visit the any dental clinic. Or contact ur dentist.
Sure they are possible with just a sitting of professional tooth cleaning
Yes that is possible. U can get off the stains. But continued smoking might cause reappearance of these stains.
U can get scaling done at the earliest as the condition will only worsen as apart from esthetics these stains & deposits on teeth cause several problems
Get ur scaling done.And if u plan to quit smoking than u can go for bleaching also
Yes it is possible. Go for scaling procedure .Usually stains are external but if these have percolated in ur teeth then u can go for bleaching. Both procedures can b done by any dental surgeon
Yes cigarette stains can be taken off by scaling. Visit your dentist and he will do the needful.Most importantly discontinue smoking as it is harmful for your oral and over all health
Go for scaling and whitening.
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