Teeth Staining Foods 🍷 | What Causes Teeth To Turn Yellow? ☕️
Foods That Stain Teeth
Certain foods have have gotten bad raps for staining teeth. But should you avoid them?
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Everyday Health:Do blueberries, coffee, red wine, and other “tooth-stainers” really dim your smile?
Martin R. Polin, DMD(drpolin.com)
Blueberries, coffee, and red wine can stain your teeth, but I would not be all that concerned since all foods will leave stains over time. Teeth will absorb stains to different degrees. If you brush, floss, and whiten your teeth, staining is not a major problem. When you are whitening, however, it is a good idea to avoid foods with rich color.
Elisa Mello, DDS()
The natural pigments in many foods and drinks are powerful staining agents. In fact, many have been used to dye cloth in the past. The staining of teeth is done over time and the effects of these pigmented foods and drinks are cumulative.The Most Extreme Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Mark Levy, DDS()
Over time, unfortunately they do. Brushing afterward is the best thing to do. Not drinking your coffee black is an easy solution too. Just add a little milk.
Christopher A. Stanosheck, DDS()
Blueberries, coffee, and red wine do get a bad rap for staining teeth. They should. Despite their health benefits, dark colored fruits such as berries and red wine can stain the surfaces of teeth by extending into the outer porous enamel. Tea, coffee, and colas can do the same. The best advice to keep your teeth white is to brush or rinse following ingesting these items. Typically, whitening toothpaste will not "whiten" teeth, but they may prevent new stain from sticking.
Lance Timmerman, DMD()
Teeth get darker as we age, so dark teeth are not always from external products. However, anything that can stain a white shirt can stain your teeth, and some people’s teeth more than others. Occasional usage of these foods and beverages is not a problem, but long-term use will stain. Coffee drinkers and smokers can attest that their teeth are more yellow.A Must-Read Guide to Flossing
Jeffrey Dalin, DDS()
Yes, foods such as blueberries, coffee, and red wine do have reputations for staining teeth. This varies from person to person, based on the individual’s system and the amount and frequency of use of these items. I like to remind patients to use these items in moderation and make sure they brush their teeth after their use.
Adrian Fenderson, DDS()
Staining can occur on the teeth and actually in the crystalline structure of the teeth. The following items can tend to do both: Soy sauce, berries, curry, coffee, red wine, dark soda, dark fruit juice, and tea.
It is important to note that extremely hot or cold liquids are dangerous to your white smile because they change the temperature of your teeth. Temperature change causes teeth to expand and contract, allowing stains to penetrate your teeth. Also realize that slightly acidic foods open up the pores of the tooth enamel, allowing stains to more easily move into your teeth. Other than food habits, using tobacco in chewing or cigarettes and cigars really tend to stain the teeth on the surface and sub surface a dull yellow. The great news is that these stains on the surface on in the crystals of the enamel can be eliminated with the modern teeth whiteners.
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