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.
Too much brushing because teeth are yellow under the enamel, coffee, Tea, carbohydrates, tetracycline antibiotics.
Not caffiene, but coffee can. anything high in acid wears away enamel. you may want to get an enamel toothpaste or mouthwash if you drink lots of coffee.
Tea, coffee, Red wine, effects teeth and make the teeth stains.
Answercoffee Gatorade is also very bad for your teeth. It will dye your teeth the color of the drink and it erodes enamel quickly!
teeth have enamel
Mainly just staining.
no if your teeth are healty your teeth dont have much enamel
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.
Floride is good for your teeth because it strengthens the enamel around the teeth. The enamel is what protects the teeth from cavities. Without enamel the teeth would decay.
Teeth are actually enamel, so basically they are enamel...
Loss of tooth enamel which make you lose your teeth quicker so try not to drink too much.
Yes,they have tooth with enamel
Enamel is what makes your teeth thick. If you teeth looks transparent on the bottom then your enamel level there is low. Enamel is eaten away by acid found in fruit. Once you lose your enamel it is gone forever. To protect you teeth from acid then use a specialized tooth paste to protect you teeth
It hurts. ^ | wrong because it affects your teeth enamel, which protects your teeth. Preety much it will ruin your teeth so always brush your teeth.
no, your teeth are enamel
coffee is some what bad for your teeth, if you drink alot and don't brush your teeth the way you should then it will stain them and then you'll be ugly :)
Yes, coffee can erode tooth enamel because it contains acid and anything with acid can erode tooth enamel.
Yes, whitening procedures can potentially damage your enamel. Usually, however, it is nowehere near to significant damage to your enamel.
Your teeth are full of enamel.
Your teeth are filled with enamel.
it is the white bit of you teeth
- an increase of the acidity in stomach - degradation of teeth enamel But these effects are extremely small for a normal person.
It gives some people heartburn. If you eat it routinely, it can damage the enamel on your teeth.
They soften the enamel on them so when you brush your teeth you can end uo wearing away the enamel Acids soften the enamel on your teeth so when you brush them after drinking fruit juice you are effectively bruching off the enamel.