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30 July 2018

Discoloured and Blackened Teeth

Discoloured teeth in children and adults can have a simple explanation but black teeth are usually an indication of dental decay. Dark teeth may also be the result of food or drink stains or even caused by medications and an examination of the underlying cause is necessary.

Teeth don’t change colour overnight and early warning signs include:

– Small brown or grey spots on teeth

– Tiny black dots close to the gumline

– Tartar build-up

Black teeth are best avoided “with proper dental hygiene” including using fluoride toothpaste for brushing, flossing between teeth and regular visits to the dentist and further tips can be found at https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/321777.php

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