Having beautiful white teeth is one of the goals of many people. However, if you are a regular tea or coffee drinker, you will realize that the annoying tea and coffee stains make your teeth too yellow to sport a confident smile. This article will dive into how these beloved beverages stain your teeth, and summarizes the ways to remove and prevent coffee or tea stains.
In fact, both internal and external factors would account for your stained teeth! Drinking beverages such as tea or coffee very often is the common external factor that makes your teeth yellow.
Coffee and tea contain tannins that may stain your teeth. Tannins may cause your teeth to be easily stuck with color compounds, especially when you drink coffee and tea very often, leaving an undesirable yellow hue. Besides, both coffee and tea are acidic, which may weaken your enamel, causing teeth discoloration or even tooth decay.
A proper daily oral routine is important for maintaining white and healthy teeth. Brushing your teeth regularly with the use of teeth whitening toothpastes not only helps fight against coffee or tea stains, but also strengthens your enamel and protects your teeth. Darlie All Shiny White Toothpastes contains SWA, which dissolves and removes stubborn stains effectively, keeping your teeth bright and clean.
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Brushing alone is not enough for maintaining white teeth, it is definitely a plus to rinse your mouth with a mouthwash. Darlie offers a range of mouthwash, which are powered by CPC particles and fluoride that help reduce bacteria and enhance oral health. Rinsing your mouth after brushing or immediately after drinking coffee or tea could keep your mouth clean and prevent coffee or tea stains on your teeth.
To better protect your teeth and gum, floss regularly to remove the food particles and plaque between the teeth where the coffee or tea may deposit onto and stain, causing yellow teeth.