You wake up every morning and the first thing you do is make a piping hot cup of coffee and then a few hours later you stop off at your local coffee shop and grab another freshly brewed cup. Let’s face it, coffee is what gets a lot of people going in the morning and without it, we may as well sleep all day long. Even though coffee can give you that energy boost that you need every day to keep going, it can also cause some serious damage to your teeth; especially when it comes to surface stains. If you have coffee stained teeth but can’t seem to get rid of the stains, then this article will list a few ways that you can hopefully get whiter teeth in no time.
Drink Water Afterward
One of the keys to drinking coffee without staining your teeth is to follow up each cup with an entire glass of water. Water will work to wash away the stains on your teeth and make it so that they don’t sit on your teeth for very long as well. Plus, water will keep you hydrated,
Water Down Your Coffee
If you are an avid black coffee drinker, then the coffee you drink is more acidic than those who add a splash of milk. To help dilute your coffee and its staining power, consider adding a little bit of milk (skip the sugar) to it every day to help make it, so it’s less likely to stain your teeth.
Use Whitening Toothpaste
Another thing that you want to do is use an over-the-counter whitening toothpaste. Whitening toothpaste will work to help you get rid of surface stains on your teeth so that you can get a whiter, healthier smile in no time.
Get Your Teeth Professionally Whitened
In addition to using the three tips we have already listed above, why not give professional teeth whitening from Dr. Steven Holbrook a try? During your tooth whitening consultation, we will go over all of your whitening options and help you pick one that is good for your smile.
Drinking coffee may be something that you are never going to give up, but that doesn’t mean that you also have to give up on your dreams of having a whiter smile as well.