Teeth Staining Food # 2: Deeply-Colored Sauces like Soya Sauce, Tomato Sauce etc.
You can brush your teeth all you want, use mouthwash multiple times a day, even use hydrogen peroxide, but those discolorations and stains on your teeth won’t go away. Did you know that the foods you eat can cause stains to appear on your teeth? Dark and deeply-colored sauces are among the worst foods that you can eat. Something as simple as spaghetti sauce can change the way you look and feel about your smile.
Acidity and Stains:
Spaghetti sauce, ketchup and other sauces and condiments contain tomatoes, which have a high acidity level. The more you eat those foods, the more the acidity breaks through the enamel on your teeth. This can lead to cavities and other dental conditions, but it can also cause those sauces to discolor your teeth. Soya sauce, also known as soy sauce is a popular addition to Asian dishes but before you add a dash to your next stir fry, think about how it can change your smile.
As a parent, you want your kids to eat healthy. Feeding them the wrong things can lead to a trip to a teeth whitening orthodontist in Manhattan Beach. Even if you take the time to think about what to feed your children and spend hours planning meals, you might still feed your kids pasta sauces and Asian dishes that cause discoloration, decay of the enamel on their teeth and even cavities. It’s important that you take care of your kids’ dental hygiene as early as possible. For affordable dental braces in Manhattan Beach residents often call on Dr. Patricia J. Panucci for help. As a preferred Invisalign provider Manhattan Beach residents know that she can give their kids a brighter and straighter smile. Schedule your appointment with the orthodontist at Beach Braces today.
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Those Fancy Sauces are doing more Harm than Good