I have spots on my teeth,which are due to calcium deficiency according to me.These spot have a bad impact on my impression on others and i m keen to treat them,as your site is hub for the dental problem help for the person who have little knowledge about that.So i m very much hopeful that u suggest me some good medication or treatment to settle down my problem. Thanks.

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 02 - May - 2011, at 09:51 AM

  • If it is really bad and it is affecting your confidence then you can get composite lamination done. This can be done in 10 year old child and when you grow old then you can go for tooth whitening or porcelain veneers depending on situation at that time.

  • sara

    sara 02 - May - 2011, at 06:40 AM

  • same im 10 years old so i cant have a whitening treatmeant so i teased really badly what should i do?

  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 10 - April - 2011, at 03:16 AM

  • Hypoplasia cannot be treated with any medicine. YOu can go for cosmetic dentistry treatment in which the veneers can be put on teeth or you can go for bleaching or micro abrasion. These will help in masking the spots caused by hypoplasia.

  • Kunjal

    Kunjal 08 - April - 2011, at 04:01 AM

  • i have same problem of hypoplasia of enamel. Dentist told me that there is no medicine or treatment for that but the sports are too much. Please send me some idea to reduce them atleast. It really makes bad impression of me.. :( please help me out.

  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 07 - September - 2009, at 20:27 PM

  • The white spots on the teeth can be because of hypoplasia of enamel or it can be incipient carious lesion. There is no medication for treatment of this. If you are having since tooth came in mouth, then it is hypoplasia of enamel but if it has developed afterwards then it is incipient carious lesion which can be treated by using fluoridated tooth paste and fluoridated mouth wash and taking good care of oral hyg. If it is hypoplasia then you have to go for composite restorations which are tooth colored restorations. The dentist matches the shade and do the restoration according to the color of your tooth and it is not visible. For more on tooth colored restorations you can read the following article from our website... http://www.identalhub.com/article_indications-and-procedures-for-compsites-43.aspx

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