What To Do About White Marks on Teeth
Updated: Mar 6, 2019
White marks on teeth develop in childhood and are not usually a cause for concern. However, they can cause embarrassment so treatments like professional teeth whitening and dental veneers are often recommended.
- The cause may be poor dental hygiene, excessive fluoride use, or a condition where the enamel doesn't form properly (hypoplasia).
- People with dental hypoplasia have an increased risk of tooth decay; topical application of fluoride can help restore the enamel.
- White spots on children's teeth can be prevented by good oral hygiene, using fluoride-free water and only using the right amount of toothpaste.
"For most people, white spots on teeth develop before they reach the age of 10 years old."
Read the full story here: