There are various reasons for a coffee stain on teeth to appear. It not only depends on the frequency of your consumption of coffee but also on your oral hygiene and implementing a correct brushing technique.
Oral health, in general, determines tooth discoloration, so once you have been fully evaluated by your dentist and medical professional, they will have confirmed if both your oral and medical health is overall in good condition. Therefore, being able to focus on how to solve the coffee staining problem.
“Please! Don’t ask me to quit coffee,” some patients have said to us when we confirm coffee consumption is the reason for the stain on their teeth. Let us assure coffee drinkers don’t need to quit coffee. Let us tell you more about how some other lifestyle factors could be increasing the chance of stains on teeth.
From old damage to genetics, it all comes together to play an important reason why some people tend to have a stronger predisposition to stains than others. Unfortunately, genetic information is something we can’t control nor stop. However, we decide on our lifestyle habits and can seek the right dental treatments that contribute to a better cosmetic-looking smile and better oral health.
We strongly urge people to visit specialized dentists in Tijuana to care for any dental problem properly. Once it is taken care of correctly, your habits changes can also help make you smile. As you can see, there are things that you have control over by reducing, quitting, or finding a solution with a dentist.
Get in contact with our dentists in Tijuana to clear any questions you might have regarding the importance of visiting a dentist for treatment.