Recent Examples of discoloration from the Web
The good news is that there are distinct factors that lead to discoloration, and ruling them out early can keep your teeth brilliant for a long time.
The Great Lakes Water Authority says residents may see low water pressure or discoloration in the affected areas.
The plan to remove centuries of discoloration and other damage calls for applying mud packs much like those used on human faces.
The 16 shades are formulated with yellow and orange undertones that mask discoloration.
Tartaric acid in champagne helps reduce discoloration and fine lines while lightening skin.
Chronic excessive intake of fluoride can lead to discoloration of teeth and skeletal fluorosis, a condition that results in extreme joint and skeletal pain.
This can lead to an improved skin texture, reduction of acne or other scarring and help with discoloration, such as brown spots caused by sun damage.
If there are any discolorations — especially dark spots or stripes — see your dermatologist, STAT.
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