Teeth Decalcification

Tooth decalcification is a process by which the teeth lose calcium. It typically causes white spots to appear on the teeth,and is considered an early stage of tooth decay. Tooth decalcification can usually be reversed if proper oral hygiene measures are followed, but it can lead to irreversible effects if not properly managed. This typically occurs due to a build-up of plaque on the surface of the teeth, often due to poor dental hygiene.