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help removing tooth calcification

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  • Posted By: jak skrilla
  • March 10, 2008
  • 06:13 AM

i have tooth calcification and i don't know how to get rid of it , help it, or if i can even get rid of it. i got a traumatic brain injury and almost died 12 times. i was taken 20 pills a day for a year. from all the pills and being ill , my teeth have starte to get calcification along the top of the tooth following the gumline of each tooth. my dentist told me to brush at a 45 degree angle . i don't know if he's just tellin me that or if there is some other way to get rid of it. or if u can even get rid of it. thanxs for your help

jak skrilla:D

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  • Hi there. I have the same prob but on four of my bottom teeth. It can be removed at the dentist which is what I am going to get done as it has made a tooth wriggly! Not the best looking smile any more! But speak to your dentist about it. They should know what they are talking about. I thought I would have to get them pulled out but no it can be removed! Bets of luck :)
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