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4 ways to avoid having yellow teeth

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In time, your tooth surface enamel breaks and corrodes, revealing dentin, the less dense interior of the tooth, which absorbs food color.
Some drinks like coffee, tea and acidic juices can all discolor your teeth. Many general stains can be cleaned and removed by seeking professional dental cleanings and treatments with ordinary home remedies:
1. Sip through a straw to save your teeth
Drinking several beverages like juices, coffee and soft drinks without proper oral hygiene techniques may lead to higher risk for getting cavities and other oral health problems.
Drinking soft drinks and other beverages with a proper positioned straw can help to lessen the risk of cavities, based on the report in the May/June 2005 issue of General Dentistry, the Academy of General Dentistry's (AGD) clinical peer-reviewed journal.
2. Chew or drink With whitening effect in your teeth
Healthy food such as apples, celery, and carrots, can serve as toothbrushes once you start chewing it, this aid remove away stubborn stains over time. The cleansing outcome on your teeth may be obvious , particularly if you are a coffee drinker who does not like eating apples every day to start with.
3. Add Baking Soda to Your Toothpaste.
Baking soda is a great natural and inexpensive way to keep teeth sparkling and fresh. Another bonus: baking soda repels odour, so your fresh breath will last that much longer. Adding baking soda on your toothpaste when you brush can give you a whiter teeth, when done few times a month.
4. Wear the appropriate color of lipstick
A red or pink lipstick with a blue base will make your teeth come out whiter. Take note, not all red and pink lipsticks have blue bases; some of it are orange based. Try the lipstick to check if it matched your skin tone by placing some on your inner wrist staring at the shade in a bright light.
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Last Modified: 2017-Sep-19 23.31.24 UTC+0800