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Yellow Teeth

Yellow teeth can affect your confidence. Don’t hide your smile, let us help you get a smile you’re proud of!

Symptoms

The signs of yellow teeth are usually fairly obvious. You’ll usually notice the yellow teeth stand out against your standard tooth colour.

Sometimes all of your teeth will be discoloured and you notice it in photographs with other people. If you’re worried about the colour of your teeth, book an appointment with a dentist to discuss your options.

Causes

  • Smoking and drinking coffee regularly can stain your teeth over time.
  • Other food and drinks including fizzy drinks and red wine 
  • Having thin tooth enamel 
  • Some diseases
  • Certain medications
  • Your age
  • Trauma or injury to your teeth

FAQ

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What does it mean if you have yellow teeth?

There’s a few different causes behind yellow teeth. Don’t worry. Most causes of yellow or stained teeth are nothing to stress about. With regular dentist appointments, good oral hygiene and a good diet you can prevent more serious dental problems from occurring. Yellow teeth are often caused by poor oral health and diet and from smoking. If you have concerns about yellow teeth we recommend you book an appointment with a dentist.

How do you treat yellow teeth?

Yellow teeth can usually be treated and help you feel good about your smile. The best, proven way to whiten teeth is by getting professional whitening treatment from a dentist. To start the whitening process and check if your teeth are suitable for whitening treatment, book an appointment at your local Inspire Dental practice.

How do you prevent yellow teeth?

Yes. You can greatly reduce your chances of developing yellow teeth by taking good care of your oral health. That means a combination of at-home dental care and building a great relationship with your dentist.

We recommend daily healthy habits and regular visits to the dentist. For optimum oral health:

  • Practice good oral hygiene habits at home including brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day
  • Book hygiene visits with an oral hygienist or oral health therapist twice each year
  • Book routine exam and x-rays visits with your dentist once each year

It also helps to avoid tobacco use and excess consumption of coffee, tea, fizzy drinks and alcohol. Try switching out some of your daily drinks for water instead.

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