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Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth colour is still yellow What can I do.

8 Doctors Answered
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Scaling, consult you dentist.
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
tooth paste hardly Brighton teeth color.get oral prophylaxis and bleaching to whiten your teeth
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Any tooth paste is medium of cleaning it does not have to anything with natural colour of teeth if u want whiter teeth u need to take bleaching treatment home bleach or office bleach
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Use glodent paste twice daily Nd use shine nd smile tooth polish twice wkly
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
no toothpaste can brighten your teeth more than your natural color. we all have different shades in teeth. so use toothpaste to clean and maintain natural color of your teeth not to brighten.
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Get scaling polishing done by a dentist you may require bleaching.
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Dear lybrate user, toothpastes contribute little to changing the natural color of teeth. Stained or yellow teeth can be whitened using other treatment options like bleaching, zoom whitening etc. You can also get professional cleaning/scaling of teeth done to get rid of the extrinsic stains. Avoid consuming excess tea & coffee (especially black tea and coffee).
Hello, I am using the Colgate toothpaste but my teeth col...
Use glister tooth paste.
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