Yellow Teeth? These CAN BE THE REASONS!

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1) Overusing Mouthwash

Inconveniently, many commercial mouthwashes are highly acidic and, if used too regularly, can erode dental enamel.

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If you're constantly swigging mouthwash to keep your breath fresh, you might want to consider other options, such as brushing more frequently and getting regular dental cleanings.

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2) Consuming too much acidic fruits & vegetables

Tooth enamel can be thinned out by acidic foods. These include, Citrus fruits, juices, pineapples, vinegar, carbonated drinks, some sports drinks, & vinegar-based salad dressings.

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There is no need to eliminate all of these from your diet, but sipping water after eating or drinking them is a good suggestion.

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3) Drinking too much coffee

Coffee may provide health benefits, but it's hard on teeth. Two or three coffees a day exposes tooth enamel to a staining agent.

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Unless these stains are rinsed and brushed away on a regular basis, the enamel of your teeth can become yellowed as a result.

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4) Smoking

When you smoke, the chemicals in cigarettes and pipe tobacco stick to your teeth, and the more often you smoke, this stains your teeth.