Clean Tartar After Pulling Teeth?
Good evening. R n There are a few things I want to ask,. R n1. A few days ago I had all my teeth filled (cavities but not painful). If a few days later I want to scaling the teeth, it can be straightforward or have to wait some time,? R n2. I saw that the inside of my upper front teeth began to blacken. The blackened part is not too big and from the front it doesn’t look black or discolored. Can my teeth still be prevented from getting worse? What steps should I take? R nThank you very much Doctor.
Cavities are at risk for the buildup of food scraps in the hollow area. The buildup of food scraps can cause bacterial growth and can lead to inflammation of the gums and infection. If you have your teeth filled, then you can just do the scaling 1 week later. But of course this time can be different, it can be shorter or longer depending on your actual situation.
Blackened teeth can be caused by the formation of plaque on the teeth. This plaque can cause the teeth to turn black. In addition, food and drinks can also cause teeth to become black, such as consuming too much coffee or tea. tartar can also cause blackish teeth. To prevent the occurrence of blackened teeth, it is necessary to know the causes or risk factors that cause the condition. You can also use an over-the-counter antiseptic mouthwash. Brush your teeth regularly and correctly, brush your teeth well between your teeth. If that doesn't help, then you can check with the dentist so that the dentist can provide other therapies such as cleaning plaque or tartar, or maybe whitening your teeth if you feel necessary.
here is an article that you can read about black teeth
may be useful. Thank you