Why is my tooth turning grey?

does anyone know? why one of my tooth is turning grey and can it spread to other teeth?

Answer:
Probably decay, see a dentist ASAP.
Your tooth is dying...but for dead already. My Dad have the same entry happen to multiple of his teeth and they needed to be pulled...ouch.
It's because your tooth is rotting, the germs can spread to healthy teeth and start the decaying process on them. Go to the dentist asap.
The same item happened to me. My tooth started turning grey, and a jiffy later, I needed a root conduit. Go see your dentist because if you wait too long, it will start to hurt and I wouldn't will that kind of agony on anyone!!
It is most likely any decay or that the sassiness has be damaged. If it is the backbone, it is likely due to trauma, similar to a bump to the mouth. If this is the case it could turn up that other surrounding teeth may be effect, but I suspect it is just the one. If it is deterioration (cavity) you could have other effect teeth as well. Check above the tooth to see if nearby is a little bubble above it, that might indicate an abcess, which is the departed nerve cause an infection. You should have any of these checked by a dentist to rule them out. If the nerve is unconscious you will need a root conduit and if it is decay consequently a filling. You should expect them to help yourself to an xray of the area. Either course, I wouldn't put it off too long as a long occupancy infection (this won't heal itself) isn't flawless for your whole body vigour and if it's decay, it will of late get bigger. GOOD LUCK
JAMRDH - a dental hygienist
ANDY,
WHEN A TOOTH BEGINS TO TURN GREY THERE HAS BEEN SOME BLOOD LEAKAGE WITHIN THE TOOTH AND THE REGULAR FLOW OF BLOOD HAS CEASED.
THIS CANNOT HAPPEN TO OTHER TEETH UNLESS THEY TOO WERE TRAUMATIZED.
THIS IS COMMONLY SEEN IN CHILDREN AFTER A FALL WHERE THEY HIT THE FRONT OF THE MOUTH.
TALK TO YOUR DENTIST ABOUT THE VARIOUS TREATMENT OPTIONS.
The root that supplies blood to the tooth died which cause the tooth to change color. It cannot spread to other teeth as far as I know but you really should see a dentist since you have more problems.
It may be because of tooth cavity and yes it may spread to other teeth. Therefore, do consult a dentist asap to amass your other teeth. Good luck :)
Because you're dirty and you don't brush your teeth!
Have you ever had a mouth injury? I believe that when your tooth turns gray it is because the backbone is damaged and it is dying. If that is to say the case next you will need a root conduit. In some cases when you've had mouth trauma it can lug years for the tooth to finally start dying. It happened to me.
My tooth turned grey and next I needed a root canal done on it! Go own it check out right away before it starts to break apart and later you're left beside no option but to hold it pulled! Plus it can be dangerous for your strength if you have an infection within it which I'm assuming you do! Good Luck!
Your tooth is either dying or you own staining from antibiotics.go to the dentist


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