A number of factors can lead to the development of white spots on teeth. Some of them are decalcified enamel, genetic disorder, nutrition (diet) or an excessive intake of fluoride (fluorosis). The white spots are also considered as the first evidence of tooth decay. While many of these can be corrected by using fluoridated toothpaste, genetic disorder and fluorosis are not reversible.
However, modern dentistry provides ways of masking the damages in tooth surface. The most common of these methods is veneers. It is a thin covering of porcelain placed over the damaged surface and looks like your original tooth surface. Other methods like masking with composite fillings are also popular. You can consult with your dentist to find out which method will be best for you.
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