Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Know more about Tooth Discoloration Appearing In Children

Why Tooth Discoloration?


Tooth discoloration is an unpleasant reality that comes with getting older. So why would your kid's teeth be going yellow? Dr.Renju Anil's dental wellness clinic offers special care and treatment for all types of kids dental problems including the discoloured tooth.

When Does Tooth Discoloration Appear In A Child?


The occurrence of stains or white or Gray spots or white streaks on a child’s teeth can appear at any age. Even the first emerging teeth can show these issues. That is why it is imperative to follow a strict dental care routine since early childhood.

Is there any difference between a stain and discoloring?


Stains are external, on the surface issues, while discoloring is within the tooth itself.It is necessary that to identify the causes of tooth staining and tooth discoloration.

Symptoms:

  • Teeth stains, which may appear off-white, yellow, or brown, or gray
  • Eroded enamel
  • The yellow stain almost looks like a cast

What Causes Discolored Teeth?


  • Metabolic disorders
  • Systemic syndromes
  • Dentin defects
  • Flurosis
  • Trauma
  • Tetracycline stains
  • Enamel hypoplasia

Prevention:

  • Avoid taking tetracycline during pregnancy
  • Brush your child’s teeth for him until he is old enough to do it properly
  • Avoid letting your baby go to bed with a bottle full of juice or milk

If you suspect the discolored tooth is more than trauma or massive amounts of fluoride, reach out to your pediatric dentist to determine the cause and the best course of action for it. Your pediatric dentist will create a treatment plan that best for your child. Enjoy a Whiter, Brighter Smile for your children with perfect dental solutions. Dr. Renju Anil is one of the best pediatric dentists and the clinic provides quality dental solutions.

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Visit us kidsdental.in
Drop a mail at kidsdentalkerala@gmail.com

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