Incorrect oral hygiene habits, lousy eating are the leading causes of stained teeth.

Most of us are born with ivory teeth, but there are many different shades of natural colour, ranging from yellow to grey. The colour of your teeth is determined by your ADN, just like your eye colour or hair colour. Although yellow teeth are due to nature, teeth are stained, often due to bad habits such as smoking, unhealthy eating and improper dental care. Specifically:

1. Improper Oral Hygiene Habits

If you brush your teeth regularly two times a day and still stain, dull, you likely brush your teeth improperly. The correct brushing procedure will come in from the outside, then touch to the inner surface in a jaw from top to bottom and remember always to brush your teeth in a circular motion. Finally, clean your chewing face in a horizontal movement and shave your tongue before rinsing your mouth.

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When brushing your teeth, you should focus on cleaning the nooks and crannies of your teeth to keep the oral cavity clean and the breath odourless. Because if not cleaned thoroughly, the dental plaque will overlap, for a long time makes the teeth yellow.

In addition to brushing your teeth incorrectly, if you brush your teeth regularly, but the toothpaste does not have flour, the effect of brushing is not high because this is a crucial component to help clean and lighten your teeth.

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Ideally, when buying toothpaste, you choose the type containing flour to enhance the whitening effect.

The improper use of dental floss will make the stains from coffee, tobacco remains, even stick to tooth enamel for longer.

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Using floss the wrong way causes your teeth to yellow and damage over time.

Mouthwash is acidic, so if you overuse it and depend on, it will affect tooth enamel, stain and tarnish.

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Instead of abusing too much, you should just mouthwash for about 30 seconds and then spit and use only 2 times/day.

2. Unhealthy eating habits

This is one of the leading causes of dull, yellowing teeth. Our teeth are the first parts that come into contact with food, but the enamel is very susceptible to food colouring, especially those with dark colours such as coffee, tea, coloured soy sauce. This food colouring will cling to the teeth. If we do not clean and clean after eating, the teeth will quickly dull gradually.

Many people eat sweets and often use them for snacking every day, but do not have time to brush their teeth after each meal. The main thing that makes the teeth worse by tooth decay bacteria attack and damage teeth.

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Eating a lot of sweet candy also makes your teeth prone to yellowing and decay.

Not only eating a lot of sweets but also eating a lot of sour fruits will also stain your teeth and stain them. Bitter fruits like oranges, tangerines, etc. are highly acidic, so they accidentally erode tooth enamel over time if you consume too much.

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Cut back on the amount of fruit and sour drinks throughout the day, so you don’t damage your teeth.

Bottled soft drinks often contain lots of sugar, acids and chemical additives. They weaken tooth enamel and create gaps that make it easy for bacteria to penetrate and cause tooth decay tooth colour worsens.

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Bottled water is usually a soft drink containing colour when drinking it will make the teeth yellow.

Drinking coffee is also one of the causes of yellow and stained teeth. The colour of coffee is not only natural to stick but also attaches to the teeth for a long time. Moreover, drinking too much coffee is also not good for health.

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Therefore, you should limit drinking coffee, drink straws and gargle with water after drinking to avoid the risk of discolouration.

3. Smoking

Smoking is not only a cause of tooth enamel damage, yellowing teeth but also a leading cause of health problems, especially the lungs and heart.

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You should stay away from cigarettes to protect the health of yourself, others and bright white teeth.