As the patients advance in age the first indication of the advancement in age becomes conspicuous in the teeth losing their natural colour. These results along with the union of the solid and liquid things that are consumed by the patient and also inhaling of a burning cigarette paves the way for the production of blemishes on the teeth These blemishes ruin the beauty of the facial expression when he is happy and changes it to a total meddle. The colour of the patient’s normal tooth originates from the radiation of light on the hard white substance that covers the crown of each tooth and also the calcified tissue comprising the bulk of a tooth under it.
Patients with a thin coating of the hard white substance that covers the crown of each tooth can notice the difference in the colour of their original teeth from the calcified tissue containing the bulk of a tooth which is visible from outside People who have spoiled their teeth by overgrazing them may also notice the difference in the original colour of their teeth. This difference has been caused by the radiation of light on the hard white substance that covers the crown of the teeth. Most of the blemishes on our teeth have been caused by our own faults. These faults can be discussed at length below.
One of the most common substances which produce successive results in forming blemishes on the teeth is the leaves of one species of plants having mild narcotic properties. These leaves are e dried and prepared for smoking these leaves when grinded on the teeth or is inhaled inside by means of a burning cigarette will turn the patient’s original colour of the teeth into yellow. The teeth will have an yellowish tinge even if it is consumed for a less amount of time The components of mixture, compound etc present in the leaves of one species of the plants having mild narcotic properties consists of any of the two substances mentioned below.
The two main substances mentioned above are one of the various dark substances. These two substances mixed with oxygen changes the original colour of the patient’s teeth into a yellowish brown colour. The red alcoholic drink produced by fermenting grapes with water and sugar is also responsible for the blemishes occurring in an adult’s tooth. This red alcoholic drink mentioned above contains any of a class of the yellowish compounds found in many plants and a pigment or dye which contains chromium. These compounds have sour tasting substance present in them and are responsible for the blemishes occurring very rapidly in the teeth.
A sweet carbonated drink composed of sour tasting substance and coloured pigments containing chromium can also cause blemishes on the teeth. The beverages like coffee and tea are composed of any of a class of yellowish compounds found in many plants White, herbal and green tea on the other hand do not cause any blemish on the tooth. A liquid or semi liquid preparation having an agreeable tart taste made by crushing tomatoes and also salty dark brown liquid extracted from fermented soybeans are e also responsible for the blemishes occurring in the teeth. The skins of any of the various small edible fruits like blueberries and cranberries also are responsible for the blemishes. Sweets like chocolates, chewing gum and snow cones when it is eaten in more quantity than usual are responsible for a slight blemish due to the mixing of the colours which are not original.
Any of various chemical substances such as penicillin produced by microorganisms especially fungi and capable of destroying bacteria are responsible for the blemishes that start occurring inside the teeth. One of such substances mentioned above is synthesized from chlortetracycline or derived from a bacterium. This substance when eaten by the patient as a baby or by his/her mother when they are in the place where the baby grows are responsible for the blemishes occurring inside which cannot be taken out so easily. Fluoride poisoning due to ingestion of too much fluoride also is responsible for blemishes. Teeth whitening can be done by the dentist by a bleaching substance which consists of a colourless oily unstable liquid which is penetrated into the hard white substance which covers the crown of each tooth allowing oxygen to separate the units comprising chemical compounds attached to the blemishes.