Brown Teeth

An autosomal dominant [MIM 125490] dysodontogenesis which is one of the most common defects in dentin production, affecting 1:8,000 persons, characterised by small, yellow-brown teeth, fracturing of enamel and excessive wearing of teeth
Treatment Multidisciplinary approach focusing on occlusal rehabilitation, and restorative treatment to preserve where possible remaining tooth structure and protect the affected dentin from caries, attrition, abrasion and erosion
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People who consume water with moderate amounts of excess fluoride (more than 1.5 milligrammes per litre) develop dental fluorosis characterised by brown teeth (usually before six years of age), while long-term exposure can lead to potentially severe skeletal problems.
It's embarrassing to have yellow or brown teeth, especially since your smile is the biggest first impression you can make with anyone, beating out other factors such as body language, appearance and quality of speech.
The woman then walked to the reception counter and started yelling at the staff, saying she wanted to see a  doctor for her son who is white, "speaks English" and doesn't have "brown teeth." She was again told to wait until 4 p.m.
Yet slum-dwelling Nishan, with brown teeth and traditional djellaba and turban, appears to be attuned to the self-consciously cultured narrator's stream of consciousness."
SPRINGFIELD - When they saw the photo of an aging smoker with dark circles under her eyes, sagging skin, wrinkles and brown teeth, the 30 or so fourth-grade students were silent.
The ruffled hair and chiselled good looks which made Robert such hit with Twilight fans are replaced with a deep Southern drawl, shaved head and brown teeth, modelled on "the kids at school who didn't brush them".
Yellow or brown teeth can simply be staining and erosion due to caffeine or tobacco consumption.
One offender is 6ft 2in tall, skinny, with greasy, short, dark brown hair combed forward and grey at the sides, with long bushy eyebrows, a slight moustache and yellow and brown teeth. He wore a dark blue Umbro tracksuit.
In her children's books like Wisahkecahk Flies to the Moon and How the Mouse Got Brown Teeth, Freda shared Cree language and traditional stories with grade school students.
It's not just the crazy make-up, the greasy green hair or a set of brown teeth that give The Joker his menace, but Ledger's rattlesnake-like intensity.
In veneering, a layer of enamel is added to discolored teeth--especially in new mothers who have undergone tetracycline medication (antibiotic shots) and in people who have suffered from excess fluoride intake through ground water (the condition fluorosis is characterized by weak and dark brown teeth and common in rural India).