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9 Ways You Stain Your Teeth without Even Knowing It

Posted in: Tooth whitening, by thecourtyardclinic, on 7th September 2016 | 0 comments
Glass of strawberry yoghurt, with fresh strawberries and a spoon.

Glass of strawberry yoghurt, with fresh strawberries and a spoon.

Sports drinks can be grouped among foods that cause damage to the teeth since they contain high amounts of sugars.

Key takeaways:

  • Lemonade contains high amounts acid and sugar that are detrimental to dental health. The acid wear out the enamel on the teeth.
  • Juices and smoothies can stain the teeth since they contain lots of vegetables and berries.
  • Green teas may stain the teeth in a similar way to the black and brown teas albeit in a mild way.

Colorful cough syrups are full of sugar that can cause deterioration. These meds will also leave stains on your teeth if you take them repeatedly over a decent amount of time, says Dr. Rosen.

Read the full story here

http://www.menshealth.com/health/surprising-teeth-stainers

It is one of the first things we notice when we meet someone for the first time, so it’s worth paying as much attention to your smile as you do to other aspects of your appearance.

We are an experienced dental team and are proud to deliver excellence, innovation and results that are second to none, using state of the art techniques in a practice dedicated to your comfort, wellbeing and most importantly, your smile.


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