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What causes teeth to lose color?


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2009-05-31 03:38:48
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liquid flowes through pours in your teeth causing the coloring to stain your teeth.

Well there are no animals without teeth unless you were to pull them, an animal were to lose them, and natural causes so all animals have teeth

The same thing that causes people to lose teeth -- dental and/or periodontal disease caused by poor oral hygiene. Dogs (and cats) need to have their teeth kept clean and the whole mouth should be checked by their Veterinarian at their yearly check-up.

yes dogs do lose teeth but they only lose their milk teeth.

Lack of water and/or sunlight

In some cases, a lack of light.

the chlorophyll that gets out of the leaf

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Yes, you do lose your canine teeth !!!!

dogs do lose teeth their just like us humans we lose teeth:)

You will lose none because that is your last set of teeth and you better not lose them.

the teeth you cant lose are your wisdom teeth you have to get them pulled out by dentist surgeons

Dental decay due to poor oral hygiene, or other factors such as drug, tobacco and alcohol abuse. Some people may lose their permanant teeth due to health/ oral health related issues as well. Also, accidents and fights are obvious causes for teeth loss.

you lose most teeth in boxing.

children can lose 20 teeth

old age causes them to lose the pigment the older they are the more pink the nose is

No. Heifers or two-year-old cows lose their teeth like human children do; they lose their baby teeth and have their adult teeth grown in.

you lose your teeth because new teeth are growing in and the new teeth push the current teeth and you have brand new healthy shiny teeth!

Children are suppose to lose all of their teeth. It's when they are adults, they're not suppose to lose any teeth!

If they lose there baby teeth then they will grow them back, but if they lose there grown up teeth then they are gone forever.

You are supposed to lose up to 20 teeth

yes you do lose your molar teeth as a child

Tortoises never have any teeth to lose. They are born with horny beaks instead of teeth.

Dogs lose their teeth when they bite something that is too hard and it gets stuck. Dogs can also lose their teeth just by aging.

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