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  1. #11
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    There are microscopic ridges and pits within the enamel of every tooth, and when you eat and drink, they can hold onto particles. That means that a dark drink like coffee could actually embed itself into your enamel, causing unsightly yellowing of the teeth.

  2. #12
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    Coffee is so bad for teeth.

    Everytime you sip on coffee your teeth are like "AWW SHEET, NOT AGAINN!"

    -True story.

  3. #13
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    Time to drink our coffee through a straw... but seriously though, just brush 2-3 times a day and i think it takes care of the harm.

  4. #14
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    I don't think so , it has any effect on teeth.

  5. #15
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    I don't think it has such a strong affection, but it can somehow change a color of your teeth a bit. Smoking is much worse, so if you're struggling with it, try vaping. It's not so addictive and harmful for your dental health. I can recommend https://vapingdaily.com/ as one of the best resources.

 

 
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