If a mouth full of yellow stained teeth are spoiling your confidence, then you need to take action. Many stains on teeth can be eliminated quickly and effectively with consistent brushing and flossing. Although for stained teeth rely on the magnitude of the stain.
The Major Reasons For Stains On TeethThere are two major factors to consider when referring to stains on teeth, one are the stains you don't have any control over and two the stains you do have control over.
1- The stains on teeth you haven't any control over include an antibiotic called tetracycline, which may cause irreversible teeth staining. Also a condition called fluoresces which develops from a high fluoride concentration in drinking water, this will lead to a yellow discoloration of the teeth.
2-Basically anything that stains your teeth are usually what you enjoy, red wine, tea, coffee, and nicotine. Acidic foods, sweet foods, switching between cold and hot drinks will cause the pores on the enamel of teeth to open and close, which will trap tiny bits inside.
How to Remove Stains
1- Brush and floss your teeth 2 times a day at least, or after every time you eat, this could help remove plague and tarter building up. This also cleans food particles away which may cause dragon breath also.
2- Bleaching treatments, either DIY teeth lightening or professional applied teeth lightening treatments are awfully useful in lightening teeth. Mixing a small amount of hydrogen peroxide with enough baking soda to make a paste, and gently polishing your teeth with it.
3- Cut up a strawberry and rub it all along your teeth. Wait about 20 minutes and brush. You need to brush not only to see the results, but also because the sugar is not good for your teeth.
4- Consume more of foods which will be rub off against the surface of the teeth as you chew on them. For instance, crunchy foods like carrots, apples, pears, etc. As these foods rub off on your teeth, they can help you get rid of teeth stains to some extent. In addition to that, they help to clean the hidden nooks and corners of the mouth and to dislodge any food particles that may be sticking in those crevices. Consuming more of chewy foods (like chocolates, soft chew candies, etc.) which stick to the teeth, on the other hand, can become causes of teeth stains and yellowing.