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i have black spots at the back of my teeth is it possible that i can remove them without having to visit a denitst
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i have black spots at the back of my teeth is it possible that i can remove them without having to visit a denitst
I think Mesopotamian. would agree that you should visit your dentist to be safe.

It might be possible, but it will never be safe. It's against TSR rules to give medical advice, so the best person to ask is your dentist.
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I think Mesopotamian. would agree that you should visit your dentist to be safe.

It might be possible, but it will never be safe. It's against TSR rules to give medical advice, so the best person to ask is your dentist.
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See your dentist.
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I think Mesopotamian. would agree that you should visit your dentist to be safe.

It might be possible, but it will never be safe. It's against TSR rules to give medical advice, so the best person to ask is your dentist.
oh i see i never knew that thanks for letting me know
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i have black spots at the back of my teeth is it possible that i can remove them without having to visit a denitst
I once had one so I gurgled water with salt (I read on the interment it helps) then it went. If there is decay tho it’s prolly a cavity and u should go to the dentist
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They could be cavities so you should definitely see a dentist to get this checked out.
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are they on your front teeth the ones that show when you smile or your molars?
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are they on your front teeth the ones that show when you smile or your molars?
they are at the back of my teeth they arent visable
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they arent visable to
to other people when i smile
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Do not put bleach in your mouth please, or advise others to do so.

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i have black spots at the back of my teeth is it possible that i can remove them without having to visit a denitst
As above, they're cavities, you need to see a dentist. And speaking from experience, you should absolutely go see a dentist sooner rather than later - they won't go away and will get worse. Much better just getting them filled while they're still cavities than having to get a root canal when they progress...
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they are at the back of my teeth they arent visable
It sounds like that you might need some fillings. Best to see a dentist and get it sorted. It is not something that you are likely to be able to sort out yourself and need a professional.
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