- Aug 17, 2019
- United States
My teeth are fairly white, but I’ve had white-ish gumline stains ever since I was a kid, partly because of braces and partly because I drank too much soda. My dentist has never seemed very concerned about them, except when I was younger and he told me to make sure I’m keeping my front teeth clean. He just called them stains and kind of looked at me funny when I suggested they’re horribly decalcified. I always feel hopeless about my teeth even though I take really good care of them as an adult. Am I doomed or can some stains just be stains?