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Discolored teeth
Discolored teeth

Discolored teeth

Brown and discolored teeth are common in smokers. Nicotine and tar in cigarettes discolor the teeth permanently, all while the cigarette smoke creates a coating on the teeth, making it easier for other stains from drinks and food to get caught. Discolored teeth is an effect of smoking that is difficult to hide and can cause low self-esteem. The discoloration can be difficult to get rid of and, moreover, it can quickly come back if you continue to smoke.

Fix brown teeth

Some discoloration that has been caused by smoking can disappear with plastering and polishing done by a dentist. If the discoloration is more potent, a professional teeth whitening could help in some part.

An advice to counteract brown teeth or yellow discoloration on your teeth is to use tooth paste for smokers, which removes stains and neutralizes plaque acid.

Other things that cause discolored teeth

Aside from smoking, there are a couple of other things that can affect the color of your teeth. The discoloration is something one can be born with, but there are also some foods that could be the culprit. Some examples of this are the following:

● Coffee
● Tea
● Snus
● Berries
● Beets
● Antibiotics

Smoking and teeth

Smoking affects not only the color of your teeth but could also cause symptoms such as tooth loss, bad breath, sensitive teeth and poor gum. This is partly due to the fact that the smoke affects the tissues of your mouth. The best way to avoid bad oral health is to quit smoking.