MISSION: A WORLD FREE OF CHALKY TEETH
What are chalky teeth?
Not surprisingly, being a colloquialism, "chalky teeth" means different things to different people. But what we can all agree on is that chalky teeth look different. The D3 Group has adopted "chalky teeth" as a public-friendly catch-all, meaning we're not at all fussy about how the term is used. That said, we think "chalky teeth" is a good term to use when beginning a conversation about teeth that haven't developed properly, leading to enamel that isn't as hard and resistant to decay as normal (read more).
Chalky teeth issues
Chalky teeth are commonly associated with toothache and an unusually rapid type of decay – and sometimes the abnormal appearance of chalky teeth is disturbing too. These issues often create need for complex dental treatment, which itself can be problematic in terms of access to appropriate expertise and allied costs.
CHILDHOOD TOOTH DECAY
You can learn more about chalky teeth, Molar Hypomin and associated treatments at The D3 Group website.