Remove Stains from Bonded Teeth?

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Different bonds are made from different materials, and some materials will not release the stain. It also depends upon the deepness of a stain. If the stain is on the surface, it can be polished off. If the stain is within the material, the surface will have to be removed and re-surfaced.
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1. Make an appointment and see your dentist. Dark stains in teeth can be signs of a more serious matter such as a dead root or internal rotting. To insure your stains are just stains
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Try Topol Toothpaste, it's the only stuff that removes stains really fast. It's inexpensive and it really does work. http://topolplus.com/.
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You can remove stains by following methods: 1. Rub the cooking salt on the teeth. Using it regularly, will remove the stains in few days. 2. Use of baking soda on the teeth is effective
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Get some hydrogen peroxide at the drug store. Rinse your mouth with a small amount twice daily, then rinse with water. It is cheap, and that's what's in all the whitening products
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