Both of my children began changing their teeth. But, what I have noticed is that the adult teeth that are coming in are not white and the textures are different. How can I handle this problem. I am very concerned because they no longer have white teeth. Their baby teeth were always white. Are they lacking some nutritional factor or what? Please help!!

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  • mazhar

    mazhar 09 - August - 2011, at 14:42 PM

  • my teeth have been broken/need to replace how

  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 31 - August - 2009, at 19:50 PM

  • The adult teeth are not as white as the baby teeth so do not worry on that account. just make them do the brushing properly twice a day. regarding texture the adult teeth has scalloped appearence at the cutting edge. they are called mamelons. they are normal. they get smoothened with time. if the adult teeth does not have any color difference like no white patches on the surface and are smooth then it is normal. the adult teeth are much bigger than the baby teeth as they have to fit in the bigger jaw. for more information on children dentistry you can visit the following link......... http://www.identalhub.com/articlecategory-children-dentistry-33.aspx

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