* I'm not sure about teeth but there is an experiment that is used in classrooms to teach children how to brush their teeth. Soak an egg in coca cola overnight and then try to brush it off the next day with a toothbrush and toothpaste. It is really hard to get off. I suppose someone who drank a lot of coca cola could have stained teeth. * MANY beverages can discolor teeth, including tea, coffee and lots of soda. Especially soda, because it has caramel coloring in addition to phosphoric acid. Soft drinks are the worst thing that you can put in your mouth. Not only they're the perfect recipe for tooth decay, but they cause teeth to become yellow over the years because they slowly remove the enamel layer, making the dentin layer (which is yellow) more visible).
I find cocacola hurt my teeth a lot more than pepsi, they also seem to make my teeth more gripy
Coffee and tea stain your teeth but it is not the caffeine.
Red grape juice does stain teeth.
Cigarettes, coffee, and tea are the main ways people stain their teeth. Certain antibiotics can stain them as well.
Amoxicillin does not stain your teeth. Tetracycline group of antibiotics do stain your teeth. So they are contraindicated in pregnancy and for children below eight years of age.
Yes. marijuana has a fantastic amount of tar in it and like cigarettes will stain teeth.
Absolutely not!!!! Blood cannot stain your teeth!!! I'm a dental hygienist!
Brush your teeth
No it does not.
Because it has flouride in it. That makes teeth stronger.
yes but not hurt your teeth
it eats the enamel off of your teeth
Of course, whitening them will help some but it is still pointless. ANSWER Yes it does and it is more prone to stain because your teeth are fresh from whitening treatment. Another cause or may trigger stain in your teeth is drinking alcohol/coffee or bad eating habits.
because it contains more stain
No, 100 percent cranberry juice can not stain a persons teeth. Actually, cranberry juice is great for your teeth and helps reduce plaque.
Yes, just like coffee and tea, cola and other "dark sodas" can stain your teeth. Carmel coloring and sugar rots teeth too.
no, but your stupidity might. Actually, that was not an appropriate answe up there so no because water has no ingredients that can stain your teeth. actually some water can stain teeth my mom and both of my aunts grew up drinking well water and it stained their teeth a brownish yellow.
A cup of tea