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by Dr. Scott Frey

Foods that May Help Keep Teeth Whiter Longer


Foods that can reduce tooth staining and keep your teeth whiter longer will have properties that disrupt the enamel pellicle and the stains embedded within them.

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Foods that May Help Keep Teeth Whiter Longer

by Dr. Scott Frey

Change Your Water to Brew Coffee & Tea for Less Stained Teeth


The type of water you use to brew your tea or coffee can have an impact on how much your teeth will stain from coffee or tea drinking.

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Change Your Water to Brew Coffee & Tea for Less Stained Teeth

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Drink Iced Tea to Avoid Stained Teeth


Major tooth staining molecules are less soluble in iced tea than brewed tea. Drinking iced tea is a great way to avoid excessively stained teeth.

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Drink Iced Tea to Avoid Stained Teeth

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Brewing Alternative Teas for Less Teeth Staining


Try brewing alternative types of tea to decrease tooth staining. Two good options are rooibos tea and yerba mate.

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Brewing Alternative Teas for Less Teeth Staining

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Reduce Teeth Staining from Tea by Adding Milk


Adding milk to your tea binds tooth staining molecules and keeps them from sticking to and staining your teeth.

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Reduce Teeth Staining from Tea by Adding Milk

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Reduce Tooth Staining by Steeping Tea in Tea Bags or Tea Filter Paper


There is a big difference in the number of tooth staining molecules in tea brewed with loose tea leaves as opposed to tea steeped in a tea bag or with a paper tea filter.

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Reduce Tooth Staining by Steeping Tea in Tea Bags or Tea Filter Paper

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Does Tea or Coffee Stain Teeth More?


Find out once and for all whether coffee or tea will stain your teeth more. Learn about the science behind the answer.

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Does Tea or Coffee Stain Teeth More?