Why Do Teeth Change Colour?Dealing with discolored teeth is one of the most frustrating dental conundrums most people will have to deal with. And if you’re like most people worried about the luster of your smile, you may be wondering just how your teeth changed color in the first place. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be a complete mystery. A number of different things can cause teeth to change tones. Here are some of the most common reasons and how you can prevent your teeth from changing color in the first place. Food and Drink Sometimes, what you consume can stain your teeth on a surface level. If you’re a coffee lover or wine aficionado, you may have noticed that your teeth, over time, might appear a little yellowed or stained. Luckily, this is easily fixed. Brushing your teeth thoroughly after consuming stain-causing foods and drinks can help mitigate their effects on your pearly whites, although you may want to look into the occasional whitening treatment if you enjoy these foods and drinks regularly.
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