One feels confident and fit when they have
healthy teeth and gums. The tooth enamel becomes
discolored as people go about their everyday activities
and engage in diverse eating and drinking behaviors.
The majority of dental offices have traditionally
associated polishing with the prophylaxis treatment,
which patients are aware of and anticipate. However,
excessive polishing might wear down the tooth's surface
structure. More local deposits would gather as a result of
this. Additionally, the process of reestablishing the
fluoride-rich layer of the tooth takes a long time. As a
result, polishing is no longer recommended as a regular
oral prophylaxis technique and is now done only when
the patient requires it. The following article provides
information on several issues.
Keywords : Stains, Polishing, Abrasives.