These are the foods turning your teeth yellow
1. Acidic Foods
Citrus fruits and tomatoes have a lot of acidity. This wears away at the enamel exposing the yellow-hued dentin.
Coffee contains tennis that can cause stains over time. It also makes it easier for acidic foods to do more damage.
3. Certain Berries
The pigment that gives berries that deep hue is a major stainer. The biggest offenders? blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and pomegranates.
4. Red Wine
This may turn teeth shades of grey, which is often harder to whiten than yellow stains.
5. White Wine
A study suggests it makes other tooth stains darker. Wine creates grooves on the tooth surface, these grooves can let other teeth-training chemicals seep deeper.
6. Anything with Food Dye
Candy, popsicles, or sports drinks in bright colours. Food colouring can be aggressive to both enamel and exposed roots.
So how can you fight these stubborn stains?
Brush right after eating foods that are likely to stain.
And see your dentist regularly.
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