If your tooth has been damaged from decay or an accident, there’s a chance that your tooth will turn a darker color. For some people, this color be more of a gray shade, while for others it will be a black color.
Tooth damage has both intrinsic (internal) and extrinsic (external) causes. Damage to the tooth may be the result of decay or an infection inside, while exterior discoloration can occur from tooth staining .
How can you prevent a damaged tooth from turning black?
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