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7 surprising foods which can stain your teeth.

Wondering which foods stain your teeth? Here's a list of our top 7.

At The Whitening Co., we know that a bright, healthy smile is important to you, and we're here to help! While daily oral hygiene habits are important, sometimes tooth stains can still happen. But don't worry, it's not always due to a lack of proper oral care. Sometimes, it's just the foods and drinks we love that can cause discolouration.

Here are some of the foods and drinks that can cause tooth discolouration, and some tips on how to enjoy them without worrying about stains:

CITRUS AND ACIDIC FOODS: Citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and oranges are delicious and packed with Vitamin C, but they can be tough on your teeth because they're acidic. To enjoy them without worrying about stains, try eating them with a meal or brushing your teeth after eating them.

COFFEE: Coffee is a great pick-me-up, but it can be tough on your teeth because it's acidic. To enjoy your coffee without worrying about stains, try using a straw or rinsing your mouth with water after you drink it.

TEA: Tea is a great way to relax and unwind, but it can also stain your teeth. To enjoy your tea without worrying about stains, try using a straw or rinsing your mouth with water after you drink it.

WINE: Wine is a great way to unwind and enjoy a meal, but it can also stain your teeth. To enjoy your wine without worrying about stains, try using a straw or rinsing your mouth with water after you drink it.

BLUEBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, AND POMEGRANATES: Berries are packed with antioxidants, but they can also stain your teeth. To enjoy your berries without worrying about stains, try eating them with a meal or brushing your teeth after eating them.

SWEETS AND SOFT DRINKS: Sweets and soft drinks can be delicious, but they can also cause tooth discolouration. To enjoy them without worrying about stains, try eating them with a meal or brushing your teeth after eating them.

PASTA SAUCE: Tomato-based sauces, particularly pasta sauces, can be tough on your teeth because they're acidic. To enjoy your pasta sauce without worrying about stains, try eating green vegetables before consuming tomato-based sauces can help create a protective film on your teeth.

At TWC, we want to help you achieve a brighter, healthier smile. By avoiding these foods and drinks, or by following the tips above, you can take steps towards avoiding tooth stains and discolourations. And of course, if you ever have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're always happy to help!