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How to improve your teeth that turn yellow after drinking coffee?

How to improve your teeth that turn yellow after drinking coffee?
How to improve your teeth that turn yellow after drinking coffee?

        If you drink a lot of coffee for a long time and do not brush your teeth, your teeth will easily turn yellow. The reason is mainly that coffee is a colored beverage, and the pigmentation in coffee adheres to the teeth and even penetrates the enamel. Over time, the further accumulation and deepening of the yellow will further deepen the brightness of the teeth, which will make the teeth yellow over time. Coffee drinkers can easily have yellow teeth if they are not careful.
        So how can drinking coffee prevent your teeth from turning yellow?
        1. You can drink coffee with a straw to avoid or reduce the contact between teeth and coffee.
        2. Adding milk to coffee can combine the casein in the milk with the tannins in the coffee, thereby reducing the free tannins and preventing them from penetrating the teeth, thus greatly weakening the staining effect of coffee on the teeth.
        3. In addition, after drinking colored beverages, rinse your mouth with water to avoid tooth staining.
        4. If there is no boiled water at hand, you can also chew a sugar-free chewing gum after drinking coffee. It can stimulate the secretion of saliva and achieve a little cleaning effect.
        5. If you have mild yellowing of your teeth, you can keep brushing your teeth. If the effect is not good, you should see a dentist. You can seek the help of a professional dentist and use various bleaching agents with higher concentrations to make your teeth brighter and even whiter than before.
        6. The principle of using dentifrice is the same as that of toothpaste, mainly through the action of physical friction, it has a certain effect on the exogenous coloring that penetrates the enamel, and the endogenous coloring and age-related yellowing have little effect.
        7. Scaling and polishing, which can effectively remove exogenous pigments, calculus, etc. attached to the tooth surface through physical action, but generally cannot remove the enamel layer coloring and endogenous coloring.

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