Stay Away from These Foods for Your Pearly White Teeth!

Has this situation ever happened to you? You meet someone really good looking, witty, charming, and smart, but as soon as they smile, they show you a set of yellowing teeth, that cancels out all of their other good qualities. Being on the receiving end of this is even worse. A set of neat, white teeth goes a long way in making your smile an excellent one. For this reason, you need to maintain your image by keeping your teeth clean and white. And just brushing them is never the answer. The answer is never that simple.

Having pearly white teeth is a long process, and advertisements about toothpaste and toothbrushes can only tell you so much. At the end of the day, your diet affects your teeth. You need to maintain a healthy diet, not only for your body but also for your teeth, so that they remain in their original pristine state. You would be surprised to find out that some of your every day consumed food items are doing their best in making you look ugly by ruining and staining your teeth. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Coffee: Sorry to break this to you, but coffee is one of the major factors in ruining your teeth. Coffee tends to cause stains on your otherwise white teeth, giving them a yellowish tinge over continuous use. So if you are a person who can’t start their day without a morning dose of coffee, you need to get used to the fact that you might soon have yellow teeth.
  • Acidic/citrus foods: Fruits like lemons, oranges, or even tomatoes can be blamed for the gradual yellowing of your teeth. These foods, though are nutritionally rich and good for your body, erode your enamel. There is a layer called dentin under your enamel, and this is slightly yellowish in color. When the dentin starts to show, your smile starts to get yellow.
  • Smoking: Hooked to cigarettes? Can’t let go off the habit? Well, this might just help you quit. Stop considering the bad effects of cigarettes like heart and lung problems for a while, but those things cause a serious effect on your appearance. Grey skin, bloodshot eyes, and lastly… yes, yellowing teeth. Stop smoking today for better-looking teeth in the long run.
  • Soda: Do you regularly throw back a bottle of coke after a long day at work? Stop. Today. Carbonated beverages have a large amount of sugar and acid, and they work together to not only ruin the appearance of your teeth but also to make them an environment for bacteria to thrive in, causing tooth decay.

Some of these items must be difficult to let go of if you are a regular consumer. But if you think that having a good looking smile and healthy oral hygiene is more important than a few moments of a guilty pleasure, give up on these items now. Smile away with your gorgeous teeth!



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