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• Coffee Stains More Than Your Shirt
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Coffee Stains More Than Your Shirt
You may drink a cup of coffee to jump-start your day, but that could lead to more frowning than smiling in the long-run. It is a known fact that coffee can cause your teeth to stain.

If you are a coffee-drinker, you can expect the pigments in the dark-colored beverage to leave yellow stains on your teeth. These stains run the risk of being permanent.

You do not have to take coffee off of your daily consumption menu, but you do need to limit the amounts of coffee you drink to prevent tooth discoloration.





 
 

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