White spots on teeth are a frequent disorder when the different parts of the enamel are colored in mat white. The mat whiteness of enamel can be complete or spotted. A border between mat white spots on teeth and translucent enamel is very sharp. The teeth on the upper jaw get more damage than the teeth on your lower jaw. The defect makes your teeth look like they were colored with white paint. There is no bright shine on the white spots of the teeth and permanent and temporary teeth can be damaged.
Usually, white spots on teeth are the sign of cavities, the beginning states of hyopoplasia.
Cavities are a pathological process that is marked by hard tooth tissue damage and is shown by enamel, dentine, and tooth cement with cavity generation. Cavities are the most common tooth disease and the majority of people suffer from it.
The cavity rate varies from 80 to 95 percent. And, people who live in the country suffer less from it than people who live in the city.
The factors for cavities are very different, generally. But, first of all, it is diet, the condition of your health, are the concurrent effects from external diseases.
The local factors are dental deposits and bacteria, oral fluid properties and their composition, and partly digested food. The ability of teeth to resist and to be susceptible to the factors and effects are defined by its structural properties, chemical properties, and genetic factors. And, the tooth tissues chemical composition and its structural properties depend on the general health of the organism in the past when the tooth tissue was forming and developing.
The teeth that have foosa cavities or any other irregularity on the surface where food can be left are affected first.
The beginning cavities are marked by white spots on teeth. There is not the usual brightness of enamel. There is usually no subjective sensation. In most cases, you feel pain when eating sour food.
One of the white spots causes is enamel hyopoplysia. It is caused by the formation of hard tooth tissues. In this case, a white spot treatment involves demineralization that renews a mineral composition of enamel. Demineralization is the therapeutic saturation of calcium, phosphate, and fluoride that is needed for enamel recovery and consolidation.
Reminerization can also be used for the beginning cavities treatment.
White spots on teeth can be caused by dental fluoride. It is a chronic disease of the bones and teeth that develops because of excess use of fluoride in the body for a long period of time.
The soil includes a great amount of fluoric compounds. Therefore, a good amount of fluorine is in the natural water that is used for the water supply.
A high concentration of fluoride is defined in the drinking water of many countries. It is defined in America, India, Portugal, Bulgaria, and China.
It is necessary to lower the amount of fluoride in drinking water and in toothpastes and have professional white spots treatment performed.