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    Immediately and with considerate expense? Zoom whitening.
    Frugally and gradually? Chew gum to keep the saliva in your mouth flowing, brush with one of the popular "megawhitening" toothpastes (they have hydrogen peroxide in them) and you might be interested in gargling with peroxide as well. If you want to add an extra level to this, Oral B has a polishing head (yellow rubber center surrounded by bristles) for its electric toothbrushes that will work great with the whitening toothpaste.
    Last, like someone else said, drink coffee through a straw. If it can't touch your teeth, it can't stain them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCoffee View Post
    Red wine stains your teeth much faster/worse. Since my suggestion to remove that is white wine, I can recommend https://passiongames-de.com/no-deposit-casino-bonus-codes/: after drinking each cup of coffee, have a cup of white wine!
    Thanks for the advice!
    Last edited by Xevier; 07-18-2019 at 05:09 AM. Reason: x

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    I have found a charcoal toothpaste helps with that some but teeth whitening is about the only thing that has truly ever done it for me.

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    Hello!
    After teeth whitening, you cannot drink and eat everything that can color your teeth. That is, you need to eat only white food for the first 2 weeks for sure.
    8 cups a day is a lot! With so many no whitening will not work. Because you will return to your previous position very very quickly.

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    suggest to your wife not to drink that much coffee, anything over 3, max 4 cups a day is no good for health.

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    There are some natural charcoal toothpastes made with burnt coconut husk- that works for me. My teeth were pretty yellow and now they are becoming white again. Downside is you have a black mouth while brushing- but its pretty funny- all your foamy paste you spit out is black. you just have to make sure to rinse it all down the sink or it can stain white sinks if left sitting on it.

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    toothpaste made with burnt coconut husk is really a good tool for teeth whitening. But if you continue to destroy your teeth with bad habits (I consider that coffee is a bad habit), then no toothpaste will save your teeth.

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    Whitening has helped me recently, but a good preventative measure is to drink coffee (hot or cold) with a reusable straw. It saves your teeth big time!

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    yes we need to consult our doctor for the best advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by bendcoff View Post
    yes we need to consult our doctor for the best advice
    Make that Dentist. At least in the US. Just be careful of toothpaste that is labeled "Whitening". My dentist told me that whitening toothpastes contains an abrasive that can tend to negatively impact gums, as in cause receding gums. Consult your dentist. Don't take my word for it.
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