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White Lessions On My Teeth

Discussion in 'Oral Health' started by Note, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. Note

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    I've noticed a few months ago white lesions on my teeth, what could cause it? I cannot get rid of it by brushing.
    Definitive it's not plague, because not long time ago my teeth were cleaned by dentist.

    I just found :

    "Enamel hypoplasia in newly forming teeth is very common, as is hyperfluorosis, white spots caused from ingesting too much fluoride. If the spots are new and appeared on fully formed adult teeth, then these causes are unlikely. Another potential cause is plaque formation."

    White spots on teeth are ordinarily a loss of mineral content on the surface of the teeth (the enamel).

    Dentists refer to this loss as hypocalcification, and they call the white spots that result from this loss hypoplasia.

    Besides being a cosmetic concern for many people, this problem can actually result in the deterioration of teeth.

    In fact, your dentist may tell you that the first evidence of tooth decay is a white spot lesion... meaning your tooth's enamel will have an opaque color in the spot where the cavity is starting to form."
     
  2. ecstatichamster

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    Have you taken minocycline or tetracycline recently?
     
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    No I didn't, I wonder if it's lack of calcium or any deficiencies?
     
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    "Enamel hypoplasia in newly forming teeth is very common" Could your teeth or enamel be growing? Do you take vitamin K2? I know that people getting their teeth remineralized can get white spots.
     
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    Yes I take vit.K2 and D3, because I used to have problem with teeth since childhood.
    I do not think I get enough calcium though, I do not think milk, just geek low fat style yogurt, sometimes cheese and greens.
     
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    Do you drink a lot of OJ or other acidic stuff without rinsing with water/baking soda/milk afterwards?
    I have the same problem and it fully developed within 6 months (of drinking OJ without neutralization).
     
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    I do not drink OJ at all or any acidic stuff. My teeth are too sensitive to it.
     
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    The wrong type of K2 makes my teeth sensitive overnight. Once I found the correct type for my biomechanical machine, the sensitivity stopped.
     
  9. Infoleech

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    what are your brushing with, and what type of brush. too much brushing and glycerin can coat teeth, stopping remineralization.
     
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    What type do you take?
     
  11. Bahaa El wazzan

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    Do you brush your teeth ?
    Inbalance of calcium vit D vit k2 magnesium can do that easily
     
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    I dont know why people take vitamins

    Are you low in anything
    That can cause u death ?
     
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    sounds like dental fluorosis
     
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    I do not get enough sun here, so I have to take vit.D3.
    I do not eat enough foods high in vit.K2 as well as calcium, I only eat from dairy cheese and butter, sometimes cream.
    I do make green broth though.
    I do not eat liver, so not sure I get enough vit.A.
     
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    I brush my teeth 2 times gently with tooth powder no fluoride and floss in the evening.
     
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    have you tried rinsing your after every meal ?
     
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    This is a very valid question. These can cause enamel erosion.
     
  18. Steven Bussinger

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    That's very interesting. I'm using Thorne K2 and it doesn't appear to help me. My teeth often feel sensitive.
     
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