Foods That Stain Your Teeth

1. Tea and Your Teeth

Tea is a healthy drink, but it may not be the best choice for keeping your teeth white.

2. Coffee

Coffees lead to staining and discoloration your teeth

3. Sauces and Stains

They may be tasty, but deeply colored sauces also cause stains. Switch to light-colored or creamy sauces and brush and rinse soon after eating.

4. Sports Drinks

Acidic foods and drinks can also affect your teeth. Sports or energy drinks can erode enamel, setting the stage for stains.

5. Fruits and Berries

Blueberries, blackberries, cherries, pomegranates, and other vibrant fruits can stain teeth. Acid fruits can hurt your enamel, so brush and floss after eating them.

6. Soda, Cola, and Other Carbonated Drinks

These drinks even light colored ones, can lead to serious stains. Plus, the chemicals that add flavor can also eat away your enamel.

7. Candy and Sweets

If your favorite sweet like hard candy, chewing gum, or a Popsicle, makes your tongue change colors, it can also stain your teeth.


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