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    Caffeine and Teeth

    Although caffeine drinkers, particularly coffee drinkers, may find over time that their teeth develop brown stains, the problem is not the caffeine. Rather, it is the dark liquid itself that changes tooth color. Even non-caffeinated colas can cause staining.
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    Re: Caffeine and Teeth

    as long as you keep brushing your teeth before go to bed and keep seeing your dentist, it won't be a big problem

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    I would think moderation would be a important suggestion. Cheers

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    A problem for espresso folks..particulalry for the vain (me?). I use baking soda to brush my teeth several times a week, along with regular whitening toothpaste in between.

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    Don't they have special toothpastes for things like things? Also, I would think you simply have to be more vigilant in addressing your oral hygiene.

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    the effects of coffee on your teeth,Mainly just staining.

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    i totally agree with alphawave7 .. u should brush your teeth with baking soda..

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    yea, it ruins the enamel on your teeth.

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    I drink 2 cups of coffee every day, and brush my teeth twice a day -- no staining has resulted. I'm sure it would/could if one didn't brush his/her teeth often enough.

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    It is recommended that we drink coffee out of a straw to minimize how much of the drinks come into contact with our teeth. We can also see our doctor regularly to reduce the stains from our teeth.

 

 
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