If you have tetracylene stained teeth you already understand the question before I ask... if you don't, I'll 'splain it to you...
From my understanding, there's a broad family of antibiotics called tetracylene(s?). Evidently in the 50's, 60's and 70's they didn't realize that administering them to children or their pregnant momma's would stain their permanent teeth (gray, brown or even bluish.)
I've struggled with the decision of removing healthy, but not pretty tooth material to replace with a prett(ier) porcelain veneer... not to mention, it's a pricey situation.
Any good or bad experiences? Baton Rouge dentists good/bad? Prices paid? Painful? Sensitivity? Adding material to make teeth closer to a "perfect" shape?
This post was edited on 4/9 at 4:47 am