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    Coffee and dental health

    Is coffee bad for dental health?

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    yeah... drinking coffee won't get the dental health better, but so as smoking, eating candies, not brushing your teeth, no flossing...etc

    As long as you are doing the right things for your teeth, check-up, brushing, flossing..etc, you shouldn't be worry about the coffee.

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    It always amazes me why people ask health questions on a coffee forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eforied View Post
    Is coffee bad for dental health?
    Don't worry, your dantist can fix any issue.

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    But it costs very much!

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    The negative influence of coffee on the teeth is not proven. Only if you drink hot coffee in cold weather while on the street. Due to the temperature difference, enamel may suffer. Drink only in its pure form, prepared from natural grains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoganSmith View Post
    Drink only in its pure form, prepared from natural grains.
    Huh?
    "I believe humans get a lot done, not because we're smart, but because we have thumbs so we can make coffee." ~Flash Rosenberg

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    Which I know hell, the coffee is also good for dental health, I've read from the internet. Because the ingredients that can maintain healthy teeth

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    It's interesting people can miss the most obvious concern of coffee on teeth: stain.
    But experiments showed the worst is not coffee, but rather red wine. So worry about red wine before you worry about coffee.

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    Coffee's other risks. Like any drink that isn't water, coffee can cause bacteria to grow in your mouth which can lead to tooth and enamel erosion. This can cause your teeth to become thin and brittle. Coffee can also cause bad breath, or halitosis, because it sticks to the tongue.

 

 
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