black tea contains a high percentage ofpolyphenolic[sp] constituents 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 ... "
Coffee by a long shot tea is actually very healthy for you.
it is coffee
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.
Coffee and tea stain your teeth but it is not the caffeine.
Coffee, red wine and tea.
i think coffee will because of all the caffine
Tea, coffee, Red wine, effects teeth and make the teeth stains.
Coffee, tea, red wine.
Coffee has more calories, more caffeine, and will stain your teeth more. Tea is less filling and will have less taste to it.
It stains you teeth because there's to much sugar in the drinks and it rottes your teeth. Hope this helped:)
There are many drinks that will stain your teeth. These include coffee, tea, soda, Gatorade, as well as red wine.
Cigarettes, coffee, and tea are the main ways people stain their teeth. Certain antibiotics can stain them as well.
because it contains more stain
Black teeth can come from tooth decay. Black teeth can also be caused by stains from smoking or drinking coffee or tea.
The rules for whiter teeth are to avoid coffee, tea and cigarettes because these stain your teeth. Brush them after every meal.
It is good but if you drink to much of it then it's definitely bad because coffee has caffeine in it and caffeine can ruin your lung system also tea and coffee can stain your teeth By Jill Ann
green tea doesn't have caffeine. and also it doesn't stain your teeth. which is usually good.
There is no coffee in tea, however there is caffeine in tea.
Cigarette smoking makes teeth yellow. Red wine, tea and coffee are beverages that make teeth yellow. Poor dental hygiene also discolors the teeth.
Too much brushing because teeth are yellow under the enamel, coffee, Tea, carbohydrates, tetracycline antibiotics.
Easy. Coffee. The Land of Coffee (but no tea) has coffee. Either that or there are books but no pages
Decaffeinated coffee or tea.
Coke is considerably worse for you than coffee.