Ideal Foods to Reduce Dental Stains

Posted on 3/25/2020 by Harry Albers, DDS
Ideal Foods to Reduce Dental StainsDo you want to reduce staining to your teeth? If so, you need to develop an eating plan that will help you reduce dental stains and enjoy whiter and brighter teeth. Some foods naturally cause stains while other foods are known to clean the teeth. The following information will give you more of an insight what to eat and what to avoid.

What Foods Cause Stains

Before you learn what foods to eat to keep your teeth sparkling, you have to know what foods tend to cause staining. Actually, many commons foods can stain your teeth. Some of these foods include coffee, tea, colas, dark juices, and even popsicles. Also, stay away from balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, and tomato sauce.

Foods that Reduce the Incidence of Stains

If you want to keep your teeth from staining, eat foods, such as cauliflower, celery, and raw carrots. Any of these veggies will wash away stains naturally and effectively. After you eat these foods, rinse your mouth with water and wait about an hour before you brush your teeth. You can also wash away stains by eating apples or leafy greens. Both of these foods naturally clean the teeth and impart better dental health. Again, rinse the mouth after you eat these foods and wait about an hour before you brush and floss.

If you have staining, you can contact us about in-office whitening. Once you have whitened your teeth, you will want to keep them that way. Therefore, you will want to learn more about what to eat to reduce staining. If you like cola or coffee, make a point to brush your teeth after drinking these beverages. Also, you can keep teeth cleaner if you chew a sugarless gum after a meal. Learn more about your options for whiter teeth by contacting our office today. You are affected by what you eat – that also includes your smile.
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