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The Causes of Tooth Discoloration

The mark of a healthy smile is white teeth. This video explains why teeth develop stains and how a dentist serving New York City can help you regain a bright smile.

Tooth discoloration typically results from lifestyle habits. For instance, the foods and beverages you eat and drink on a regular basis can leave dark deposits on your tooth enamel. Red wine, black tea, and coffee are some of the more common culprits. If you use tobacco products such as cigarettes, pipe tobacco, or chewing tobacco, they too can cause your teeth to turn yellow or brown. However, a cosmetic dentist can help you once again enjoy a dazzling white smile. Cosmetic dentistry services, including both teeth whitening and dental bonding, can remove or disguise the look of tooth discoloration in a single dental office visit.

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