Causes And Remedies For Discolored Teeth

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Published : Thursday, April 28, 2016
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When you brush or floss your teeth, you may notice that no matter how much toothpaste you use, there seems to be a discoloration to the surface.
There are a few reasons as to why you don’t have the pearly white color that you desire.
Some of the reasons can easily be resolved, while some might take a little effort on your part by going to a dentist or changing some of the products that you use.
Coffee and soft drinks are notorious for causing discoloration.
The caffeine in the beverages tends to sit on the surface of the teeth, which can make them appear yellow.
If you smoke, you might have a yellow tint to the teeth as well. This is from the nicotine that is in the cigarettes.
Kool-aid and other products that have food coloring in them can temporarily stain the teeth.
As long as you brush your teeth after these beverages are consumed, the color usually won't linger.
Some medications will alter the color of teeth. If you notice that medications that you take seem to be changing the appearance of your teeth…
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