Health Tip: Preventing Tooth Discoloration
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Suggestions to help stop it
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- From the foods you eat to habits such as smoking, many factors contribute to tooth discoloration.
The Cleveland Clinic suggests these preventive tips:
- Cut back on coffee.
- Quit smoking.
- Floss and brush your teeth regularly.
- See a dental hygienist twice each year.
- Visit your dentist if discoloration doesn't ease after changing habits, or if you have other symptoms, such as bleeding gums.
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