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Does tea and/or coffee stain your teeth?
Question Date: 2016-01-20
Answer 1:

Yes, tea or coffee (or soda) can stain your teeth. Tiny colored particles in these beverages get embedded in the microscopic cracks and ridges of the surface of your teeth causing them to appear stained.

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