What Causes Stained Teeth

June 22, 2016
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Have you noticed that after enjoying certain drinks, your mouth could be tinted the same color as the beverage? Luckily, this is generally a temporary status, but did you know that some drinks can lead to permanent stains? This can be especially problematic since most people strive to maintain a white, beautiful smile. To enjoy these benefits, it’s important to know what drinks you should be careful with.

For instance, you know that some people need their morning cup of coffee, but did you know that coffee is one of the drinks that is most likely to cause stains. Sadly, drinking black coffee can make the staining worse. To avoid this problem, simply add a little milk to your drink. Like coffee, dark sodas can also cause tooth stains. Cold drinks can also cause problems because it will make your teeth porous and even easier to stain. Also, while wine can be healthy for you heart, it isn’t good for your teeth. Like coffee and soda, wine will stain your teeth.

Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to avoid most of these issues. For example using a straw will help protect your teeth and greatly reduce staining. Also, rinsing your mouth with water between drinks will help to clean out your mouth. This also helps reduce the amount of acid that can damage your teeth.

If you notice your teeth changing color, or are worried about a particular stain, please contact A Dental Care at . Dr. Firoz Lalani and our team will gladly analyze the state of your mouth and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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