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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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Over time, black coffee consumption stains tooth enamel but does not cause significant erosion. However, any sugary drink can cause cavities.
Answer Mainly just staining.
Answer It causes stains.
the heat from the coffee and direct contact wears away the teeth
One of the effects that coffee has on teeth is staining. Coffee contains tannic acid that can scrape into the grooves and pits of the enamel on a tooth.
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.
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yes it can if you have it too much and you do a poor job of brushing your teeth.
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.