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Stains

QuestionAnswer
Stain that is on the external surface of the tooth? Extrinsic Stain
Type of stain that can be scaled or polished off? Extrinsic Stain
Tobacco stain is what type of stain? Extrinsic Stain
Chlorhexidine is what type of stain and what color? Extrinsic, yellow-brown stain
Stain that is within the tooth structure? Intrinsic Stain
What type of stain does tetracycline produce? Intrinsic Stain
Pupal necrosis causes what type of stain and what color? Intrinsic, gray-brown stain
What type of stain originates from an outside source? Exogenous Stain
What type of stain originates from within the tooth? Endogenous Stain
What color stain does stannous fluoride cause? Brown stain
An intra-oral photo shows white spots on the coronal 1/3 of the anterior teeth. What is the MOST likely cause of these white spots? Fluorosis
Created by: hygiene13