Coffee and dental health

GraceUnderwood

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Apr 20, 2021
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I think it is very important to point out that although coffee might affect your teeth, there are also a lot of other things that could harm your teeth, so you should keep your teeth away from many other things. Coffee is a very acidic drink, so drinking a lot of coffee can lead to tooth enamel erosion, causing your teeth to become thin and brittle. It's important to understand coffee stains do not erode enamel – the tooth's protective outer layer. Substances high in acidity are more prone to weaken the enamel of your teeth. You can look for more information on how to take care properly of your teeth and protect them from any harm.
 
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ThirdImpact

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Apr 29, 2021
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I know what you're talking about, bud. That's so annoying! Just get a pair of veneers. They look like natural teeth but are more durable and stain-resistant. They don't require so much shaping as crowns do, but the result is astonishing. Since I've got them, I don't have that feeling of dirtiness anymore. Anyways, just make sure you go to a qualified dentist consultant or even a prosthetist for a better result. You know, porcelain veneers can't make anyone fall in love with you, but you'll feel more confident, so just give it a try.
 
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ChurchillMaris

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Feb 11, 2021
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My dentist always tells me that if you drink coffee through tubes, it does not harm your teeth at all. However, be careful if you drink hot coffee with ice cream. It was a massive mistake because of this, several fillings in my teeth just burst from a sharp temperature drop. I was terrified, and it's good that my mom quickly found an article about a permanent tooth filling at home; we did everything as they said in one of the options and promptly went to my dentist. I don't know what would have happened to me if he had been busy at that moment. My teeth hurt terribly, and after that, I didn't even drink coffee for a while. So be careful
 
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williamfinch

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Nov 15, 2021
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I can't give up this pleasure even if it's not healthy for my teeth. As well as other drinks or foods that affect teeth. But if it's normal, it's still ok, if it's exaggerated, then it's serious.
 

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