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Coffee Teeth Yellow
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Brush twice a day and also floss. Do not smoke. Rarely drink coffee, but teeth are still yellowing. What to do?
Bleach them: Get professiona dental bleaching.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: There will be some brown stains on your teeth, which make your teeth look yellower. Next time you see your hygienist and get your teeth cleaned, ask her/him to get one side clean only and check the difference. If the cleaned side looks much whiter and better, you may want to ask if you can return more often to control this stain (or brush every time after coffee!). ...Read more
Yes: Coffee/tea/red wines/tomato based sauces/berries...Foods with deep color/juice. Enamel starts out thick and can wear with age. You can still enjoy your favorite foods and drinks, just take a break after you've finished and either brush or rinse your mouth out...This will help to keep stains at bay. Chewing gum (sugar free/doesn't stick to dental work) will stimulate saliva flow-natural cleanser. ...Read more
I don't smoke and I only have tea or coffee every once in a while. My teeth are turning yellow. Help?
Internal or surface: At age 37, the superficial sources of stain are tooth decay, medications, supplements (like beta-carotene), plaque (highly likely), food and beverage. Deep discolorations come from meds, trauma, and age. In youth, teeth can erupt with superficial stains caused by overexposure to fluoride. See your dentist for a diagnosis. ...Read more
I usually get starbucks every day. I know I drink a lot of coffee but can this cause my teeth to yellow?
Yup: Coffee has been known to stain teeth. ...Read more
If you're teeth are turning yellow (from drinking too much coffee I assume) can you still get them to be white, (obviously id stop the coffee)?
Why are my teeth not evenly stained? I do probably drink too much coffee, but I noticed recently that my teeth aren't evenly stained. My top two front teeth look like they have white or light yellow lines in them. What could those be? .
Although one would love to answer your question, it is impossible to do so without an examination.
Please go see your dentist.
Any of the answer is just pure speculation, unfortunately.
Best out luck,
dr. Zev kaufman. ...Read more
SEE A DENTIST AND: Cut down on the java...Get a more detailed answer ›
Need some dental expertise! My teeth are naturally yellow, I don't drink coffee, don't smoke, brush the everyday and night. Why?
Genetics: If your teeth are naturally yellow, it is due to your genetics. Why to some people have darker or lighter skin than others? How about hair color? We're not all the same... Genetics. ...Read more
Can you whiten teeth that have a naturally yellow tint? My teeth have always been a light yellow color, and I'm not a smoker or coffee drinker. I've been told that the color of your dentin can affect what shade of white or yellow our teeth appear to be. W
Pls suggest how I can whiten my yellow teeth in home....It is caused due to large consumption of tea and coffee.
Yellow teeth: Can be caused by external stain such as with coffee, tea and smoking as well as internal coloration. Start by seeing your dentist for a thorough check-up and professional cleaning. Then discuss how best to whiten your teeth. There are many methods and many factors that go into determining what would be best for your specific situation. Get the facts first. ...Read more
I'm 19 years old and my teeth are yellowing. I do not smoke or drink coffee. I recently have been using hydro peroxide then brushing teeth. Any advice?
Overdue: Sounds like your very overdue for a dental examination and professional cleaning to remove surface stain and accretions. Your dentist can then work with you to whiten your teeth. This isn't a diy project. You need the help of a pro. ...Read more
I don't drink coffee, tea and /or wine, neither do I smoke. I do have very mild fluorosis, is it possible to whiten my naturally yellow teeth?
Yes: But over the counter products are not going to help much. Go see your dentist and talk to them about options to make your smile the best it can be. ...Read more
Not really: If you have ever looked at the bottom of the cup that has held coffee or tea for any amount of time you notice staining. This can happen also to your teeth. If there are any restorations, this can also add more areas that can stain. Any acidic liquids can also over time cause erosion. ...Read more
Staining: Only harm with regards to tea and coffee is that they stain and darken your teeth. There is no particular harm to the teeth themselves. ...Read more
Ortho phosphoric aci: Superphosphozyme by biotics will whiten teeth. Use a qtip with few drops use on teeth and rinse off using water with little baking soda to remove any acid (or just rinse thoroughly). ...Read more
Staining: Foods and beverages can cause extrinsic (on the surface) stains on the teeth. This is not uncommon in coffee drinkers. ...Read more
Can food cause stained teeth? I don't drink coffee or smoke, but still think I have fairly stained teeth. Are there any types of food that cause stained teeth more than others? Maybe it's my diet..
Smoking and coffee are just two things that stain your teeth relatively quickly. Tea and red wine are two others.
Teeth will darken and stain naturally from all the foods you eat over time. Talk to your dentist about a simple whitening procedure and add a more youthful appearance for a lot less than any other cosmetic procedure. ...Read more
What can I do about stained teeth? My teeth are not as white as i'd like them to be due to drinking coffee over the years. I've recently stopped drinking coffee however, and would like to know if that might be enough for my teeth to regain some of their w
First: First thing you should do is have an exam and cleaning appointment with your dentist. Sometimes during the cleaning some of the external stains go away. If it does not then the dentist can suggest different kinds of whitening that suits your condition. ...Read more
Stains: Generally happen when the colored liquid attaches to a thin layer of plaque left on the teeth. Some people myself included can brush;floss drink a cup of coffee and the teeth look brownish so we rinse or brush again; its an enamel issue. Some people do not have this problem smooth less porous enamel. Red wine/tea will do the same thing or any colored liquid. No chemicals involved. ...Read more
Nothing really: Coffee is one of the many things that stains teeth. As you age and the teeth developer cracks and other defects the coffee will find its way to them. You can brush but if you get excessive on that you'll brush away your enamel. Really...The best advice I can give you is limit your coffee intake and try drinking water instead of where you'd have that cup of coffee. Nod soda. Same staining. ...Read more
Trivial: Because the are different types of tea and coffee, the amount they may not be directly comparable. Also, the amount of staining week be sure to a variety of factors and vary from one mouth to the next. Perhaps consider maintaining your beverage preference, and use professional cleanings, solid home care, and a little whitening to supplement? Best of luck. ...Read more
You can't: Unfortunately teeth do stain form drinking tea, coffee, red wine, as well as some foods that can cause staining. You should try to keep your teeth clean by regularly brushing and flossing and also use teeth whitening technique (bleaching), done properly by your dentist's supervision. ...Read more
Any dark drink will stain teeth. Coffee, tea, cola, ect.
Teeth can be bleached safely. ...Read more
I assume so: Great question. Never have heard someone ask that before. I would assume that the coffee without the cream, making it more concentrated, would be apt to create more stain. ...Read more