@kalaga (550)
United States
June 17, 2009 4:59pm CST
Do u think drinking coffee makes teeth color change?i am drinking coffee from so many years my teeth are ok.so i got confused with this statement.what do u think? and what do u drink normally?
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@Ammudoll (549)
• India
17 Jun 09
I take only horlicks and don't have the habit of drinking cofee and tea. So not sure if it affects the teeth calamity, But I read in a news paper that Tea or cofee contains some poisonous ingredients 0.000 some number (don't remember) that will harm ours intestine and digestive system. Not sure is that true or ??
• Estonia
17 Jun 09
I can't say drinking coffee or tea has affected my teeth much. I haven't perfectly white teeth because their natural color is a little bit yellowish. I also drink coffee and tea every morning but my teeth are still the same color they were 5 or 10 or 15 years ago.
@ivana980 (156)
• Italy
17 Jun 09
I usually don't drink coffee but i know that when a person drink a lot of coffe make teeth color cange, they become more yellow...maybe for the color of the coffe....but i don't know if it is a real things...
@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
17 Jun 09
I think over time and as people get older that coffee will eventually make the teeth more yellow or brown. As you get older the enamal begins to get thinner, so it is more important as we age to take really good care of our teeth. I think if you brush your teeth after a cup of coffee it would really help. But yes over time it will dull the color of your teeth, that is not to say that they can not be whitened again, there are a lot of great over the counter whitening treatments these days.