There are many things which cause tooth staining and discoloration, including:
Other, less commonly thought of things, have also been known to cause tooth staining and discoloration:
Staining, which occurs on the surface of the tooth enamel, can be removed by use of proper and regular dental hygiene (brushing and flossing, as well as regular cleaning by a dentist) and/or bleaching. Discoloration, which occurs inside the tooth, cannot be removed.
the soda stains your teeth the most than liquid.
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i say the dr. pepper stains teeth the most of all the soda but its really good
Coffeei know its good, but it stains your tongue and teeth.
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it is coffee
I do believe it is coffee.
There are many ways to get rid of teeth stains. Brushing your teeth often will prevent stains from appearing. One can buy a teeth whitening kit or strips in order to get rid of stains. Another way to naturally get rid of teeth stains is by brushing with baking soda.
Grape juice and cranberry juice
Coffee, tea, red wine.
I say Cranberry Juice
to remove brown stains from your teeth you will have to brush them or floss them...
Coffee and Dark Colas such as Coke or Pepsi.
Kids juice stains our teeth because of the artificial coloring inside of it which will stains teeth as we drink it.
Tea stains teeth with prolonged usage while sodas break down the enamel of the teeth.
The peroxide oxidizes the stains on the teeth surfaces making the stains lighter shades.
i think coffee will because of all the caffine
acid in pop rots the teeth
All, it the acid in the soda the rot's your teeth
yes i recommend it to everyone as i have tried it myself and it is most effective in removing stains on teeth, lowering chance of cavities and is most tasteful
If a food or beverage can leave permanent stains on clothes or carpets, it can probably taint your teeth. This transcendes ingredients.
What stains the most is probably tea. But remember that Tea is good for your health, especialy green tea. Soda takes more time to stain teeth, but their action is irreversible, as it demineralizes the enamel and teeth turn yellow over the years. Also Soda causes cavities. The stains caused by tea can be removed with a dental cleaning. But not the ones from Soda.
It causes stains.