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FAQ:  Transparent Teeth



Question:
What causes transparent teeth?

Is it something having to do with worn out enamel, or calcium deficiency, or something completely different?

And what can be done to treat it? ...Visitor from CA

Answer:
Your best bet is to consult with your dentist.

Transparent teeth can be caused by many factors. It is rare that two patients will have transparency issues for the exact same reason.

To obtain the best "tissue level analysis" of what is going on, consult with a periodontist.

Professtional grade remineralizations agents are often prescribed to curtail translucency problems.

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