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Discolored baby teeth: A cause for concern? - Mayo Clinic

Baby teeth can become discolored for many reasons, including inadequate brushing, medications and illness.

Discolored Baby Teeth - Soxman & Buzzatto

Discoloration of primary incisors (front teeth) may be extrinsic or intrinsic. Extrinsic discoloration is stain that can be removed by the toothbrush or a professional ...

My Child's Tooth is Turning Gray | Sunny Smiles Dentistry

Aug 29, 2014 ... When your child's tooth is turning gray, this suggests that an oral trauma has taken place and your child is experiencing intrinsic discoloration.

Why do my child's teeth looked stained? | BabyCenter

If your child's teeth look yellow or orange, it's most likely because they aren't being cleaned thoroughly and have developed a build-up of plaque that is stained ...

Dark Tooth: Why Your Child Has a Discolored Tooth | Oral Answers

Feb 28, 2011 ... It has been estimated that 8-30% of kids under 7 suffer an accident that injures one of their baby front teeth. Dark Tooth - Tooth Discoloration ...

Why does my baby have discolored or gray teeth? | Parenting

There are lots of possible reasons for gray-looking teeth. Did you take tetracycline or a similar antibiotic when you were pregnant? Doing so can affect the fetus's ...

dental emergency faq - Coastal Kids Dental

Discoloration usually follows 2-3 weeks after the accident. If a tooth darkens after an injury, it's because the blood supply was damaged. Baby teeth usually ...

Pediatric Dentistry: My Child's Tooth is Turning Dark!

Mar 2, 2006 ... If a child bumps his or her primary baby tooth, it may turn dark. ...... to do with the discoloration or if you think it was from just the bump alone.

Baby's teeth: What you should know -

May 28, 2013 ... The appearance of that first baby tooth should prompt parents to schedule a ... If you notice a white spot or discoloration on a baby tooth, "that ...

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Q: My 10 year old has a pink discolored baby tooth, and it is not fr...
A: Could be one of 2 things: 1)Hyperplastic pulpitis: The nerve in the tooth is sick and it is causing the pulp chamber to grow inside the tooth, giving it a pink ... Read More »
Q: What Causes Tooth Discoloration in Babies?
A: Baby teeth, like adult teeth, are usually off-white, but can be discolored for many reasons. Extrinsic, or environmental, reasons for infant tooth discoloration... Read More »
Q: Discolored front baby tooth in 7 yr.old.
A: Because the exfoliating baby tooth is loose the gum around the tooth bleeds slightly.  When the blood seeps into the loose baby tooth it stains the tooth dark b... Read More »
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Q: How to Prevent Discoloration of Baby Teeth.
A: 1. Start brushing baby teeth twice a day, even if only one tooth appears. Use infant toothpaste and a toothbrush designed for baby's teeth, with small, soft bri... Read More »