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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