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What is the effect of coffee on teeth?
Coffee makes your teeth yellow. If you try to whiten your teeth and you drink coffee, it can provide whitening as effective as any other stain. The stains on teeth are similar in chemical makeup (from smoke, tobacco, food, enamel mutation, etc.) and thus is not major determining factor. Some blogs promote great results, like Amanda, www.amandasnewsmile.com and others would rather go to the dentist. My main thing is that the yellowing will only stain and effect color and not the integrity of the teeth over the years. Tooth decay comes from many sources not the coloring.
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some people suffer from insomnia and headaches due to side effects from coffee, others have none
You should not drink coffee right after teeth are removed. The only thing you should do is swirl salt water in your mouth. I would not drink any hot liquids until all the blee…ding has completely stopped and the socket is clotting properly, so there is no chance of getting dry socket. That is very painful. Your oral surgeon may recommend not having coffee for a period of time after having your tooth pulled. You should follow his or her advice.
The side effects of coffee consumption, because of the caffeine content in most coffee, are psychological and physical dependences, the development of tolerance, and adverse h…ealth effects if such consumption is stopped; these last are summarized in the term withdrawal. This is because caffeine is a potentially addictive drug. One of the adverse health effects of caffeine withdrawal is headaches, because caffeine contracts the blood vessels in the human circulatory system. If these blood vessels re-expand as a result of caffeine withdrawal, they impose pressure against the brain tissue, which can be painful but is usually not dangerous. Another is lethargy, or tiredness, because caffeine is a stimulant. Even though an old wives's tale says that it is, detoxication from the effects of the ethanol content of spiritous liquors is NOT a side effect of coffee consumption; all that the interaction of caffeine with ethanol is capable of doing to a person is strengthening the possibility of masking the true degree of that person's loss of coordination, a condition that has been called "wide-awake drunkenness."
Coffee doesn't technically rot your teeth, but it does stain the roots and the enamel (the roots the most) really badly. I know because I did a science project back in the 7th… grade.
There are several reasons involved- There are several factors as to why coffee stains teeth. First of all, the dark brown color of coffee does cause teeth to stain. It is the… other factors that determine how much it stains. Those factors are, how much coffee a person drinks, the roughness of the person's enamel of their teeth, the organic salts in the saliva, the amount of saliva an individual has, and how the person's oral hygiene is. If you need a reference it is: Dental Hygiene Concepts, Cases and Competencies by Daniels and Harfst. Mosby, Inc. 2002.
According to an interesting research (good narrative can be found here: news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/1344892* , black tea contains a high percentage ofpolyphenolic[sp] const…ituents which reduce the growth of both halitosis (bad breath) and caries (cavities) causing bacteria. This also appears to be the case with green, oolong and white tea, but has not been proved as such yet. The reason for this extrapolation is that all these names only indicate how the tea bush, Camellia sinensis, is processed and are only variations of the so called "true tea". Notice that flavored teas and "herbal teas" can, however, be more dangerous to your teeth as they sometimes have significantly lower pH-levels. To my knowledge, this is also the case with coffee which is more acidic than non-herbal teas in general. As far as stainig[sp] goes, they are probably about the same. As far as cavities, etc, it depends on the type of tea and how much cream and sugar you put in your coffee or sugar you put in your tea. I was reading a naturopathic article that said that tea is better for one's teeth and bones because it has traces of natural fluoride in it Oh tea and coffee is bad for your teeth, as said by my dentist, it stains it and if you bond your teeth or put white fillings in them they stain easily. *The article begins by saying, "They have discovered". Who is "they"? Again, there are no organized blind, double-blind or peer reviewed studies. Everything is based on "... may have ... "
Over time, black coffee consumption stains tooth enamel but does not cause significant erosion. However, any sugary drink can cause cavities.
i just got mine pulled, and they said iced coffee was okay.....i got an iced latte....reg. coffee is very acidic and they say too much acid is no good at first.
Verry little flavor , tasted more like pinto beans than coffee beans .
Tea stains teeth more than coffee. Just look at a white mug you use for coffee and one you use for tea. The tea mug will be more stained than the coffee mug.
additional dehydration (diuretic effect of coffee), possibly extended loss of blood (increase of blood pressure due to caffeine consumption).
Coffee has certain proteins that increase the plant growth : )
The answer of this partly depends on where you live. If you live in a tropical climate, it's best to keep your beans in the freezer, but in other locales, you… can keep them on the bench. Importantly, don't keep them in the fridge. Also, the most important part of storage is the container. Most coffee roasters sell their beans in foil bags which have a one-way valve. This keeps the light out (and stops damage to the roasted beans) and allows gases to escape while not letting oxygen in. If you store beans incorrectly (unsealed, in the fridge) they will quickly go stale. If you store coffee ground and in the wrong container, it can take on the flavours of the food around it. In short: store coffee unground, in a valved bag, in the freezer or on your bench. source: Coffee tips: http://www.roastandpost.com.au/pages.php?pageid=19
Yes. (the cream does not stay on the teeth, the coffee does)
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Gives them a temporary burst of energy; also it makes your body excrete more calcium which is problematic as teenagers are growing at this age and you need calcium for your bo…nes.
tea will calm down your digestive system. But coffee will in a way errupt it, making the acid count more.