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a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda can remove coffee stains on teeth. The baking soda is gentle enough to slough off the stains without damaging your tooth enamel, and the hydrogen peroxide is a whitening agent that's found in many commercial tooth-bleaching kits. Make sure to check with your dentist before using this treatment, as it may damage veneers and crowns. Natural Teeth Whitening, Pop, Teeth Bleaching Kit, Coffee Stain Removal, Teeth Whitening Remedies, Teeth Bleaching, Dry Skin Makeup
How to Get Coffee Stains Off of Teeth
a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda can remove coffee stains on teeth. The baking soda is gentle enough to slough off the stains without damaging your tooth enamel, and the hydrogen peroxide is a whitening agent that's found in many commercial tooth-bleaching kits. Make sure to check with your dentist before using this treatment, as it may damage veneers and crowns.
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Sun Spheres, 2008 Installed in San Francisco at the intersection of Ocean Ave at Grenada. Ceramic tile and mirror on concrete sculptural forms. Spheres range in size from 3' diameter to 5' diameter: by Laurel True
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Broken Record - Crocker-Amazon - San Francisco, CA
Broken Record Bar & Grill. Just saw on Diners, Drive-ins, & Dives. Oxtail Polenta & Duck Confit Potato Skins....I'm in! 1166 Geneva Street - South San Francisco near Daly City. N 280 to exit 51 Ocean Ave & Geneva St. (415) 963-1713 Bar Hours: Sun-Th 5PM-12AM Fri-Sat 5PM-2AM Kitchen Hours: Mon-Sat 6PM-11PM Sun 6PM-10PM www.yelp.com/biz/broken-record-san-francisco
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Tooth decay is the gradual process of degradation of the enamel which results in dental caries. The primary cause of tooth decay is poor oral hygiene, and poor diet. Diet plays a significant role in oral health. Increased intake of sugary foods causes an alteration in pH levels. Biofilm pathogens in a sugary environment produce an extremely acidic and toxic environment for teeth. This acid gradually wears away the enamel on the teeth. Dental Cavities, Sensitive Teeth, Tooth Decay, Oral Health, Laser Teeth Whitening, Oral Hygiene, Dental Public Health
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Tooth decay is the gradual process of degradation of the enamel which results in dental caries. The primary cause of tooth decay is poor oral hygiene, and poor diet. Diet plays a significant role in oral health. Increased intake of sugary foods causes an alteration in pH levels. Biofilm pathogens in a sugary environment produce an extremely acidic and toxic environment for teeth. This acid gradually wears away the enamel on the teeth.