D3Group chalky teeth images

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HowHypominHappens

The development of chalky teeth begins in the jaw before the tooth’s eruption into the mouth. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 800×350, 17KB)

Hypomin studies

The D3 Group have analysed 42 studies from around the world to show that on average, 1 in 6 kids are affected by chalky teeth. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 726×424, 104KB)

Hypomin_2yearold_molar

Early signs of chalky teeth include creamy-brown patches (pictured) or extra-white spots on the teeth. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 3888×2592, 2.28MB)

Karen dentist 1

Karen Kan, a Paediatric Dentist in private specialist practice in Melbourne, examines a young patient. Regular examinations and early detection of chalky teeth are key to enabling wider treatment choices. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 3456×5184, 1.58 MB)

Karen dentist 2

Karen Kan, a Paediatric Dentist in private specialist practice in Melbourne, teaches some young patients to care for their teeth. The D3 Group’s online resource includes information on chalky teeth for kids and their parents. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 4745×3389, 786 KB)

Margarita-dentist-1

The D3 Group want kids to have regular dental check-ups for signs of chalky teeth from the time their baby teeth appear. Margarita Silva, a Paediatric Dentist in private specialist practice in Melbourne, examines a young patient. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 709×472, 276 KB)

Margarita-dentist-2

The D3 Group want kids to have regular dental check-ups for signs of chalky teeth from the time their baby teeth appear. Margarita Silva, a Paediatric Dentist in private specialist practice in Melbourne, examines a young patient. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 709×472, 263 KB)

Rotten_6yearold_molar

The chalky teeth condition exposes kids to a heightened risk of tooth decay, as seen in this 6-year-old’s mouth which has one back tooth already “rotten”. (Credit: The D3 Group. Size: 680×490, 235 KB)