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A Little Secret Your Dentist Doesnt Want You To Know


Most dentist, particular those who specialize in cosmetic dentistry love it when you drink coffee & tea. Why? Your making them wealthy! Because all coffees and teas contain tannic acid. Tannic acid, the bitter compound in coffee and all forms of tea can cause yellow or brown stains when it combines with other particles on your teeth.

It's a multi-million dollar industry, from whitening toothpaste, home bleaching kits to laser whitening. If your teeth don't respond well to bleach or if your enamel is seriously damaged, they can offer you bonding. The dentist coats each tooth with a thin layer of resin that gets its natural-looking brightness from finely ground quartz. Sometimes the resin is removed, baked, and cemented back onto the tooth. Bonding can last eight years, but resin is prone to chipping and will stain just as normal teeth do. The procedure usually calls for only one office visit; the cost is up to $500 per tooth.

Porcelain veneers are another option for badly stained or chipped teeth. Your dentist etches each tooth's surface and then glues on a thin piece of porcelain. You get to choose the exact shade of white you want. Expect to pay up to $900 per tooth.

A third option is microbrasion. The dentist grinds a thin layer off the surface of your teeth. This method works best for enamel defects like white or brown spots from fluorosis (a harmless condition that results from swallowing too much fluoride while your teeth are still developing). The surface spots are removed, revealing a smooth layer of enamel. The cost is up to $150 per tooth.

Any procedure you select will only be short-lived if your trying to keep those pearly whites by drinking coffee & tea. Imagine spending all that money and then having to do it all again. STOP THE INSANITY!!!

Why not drink soyfee soy coffee? It contains no tannic acid which over time can make your teeth yellow. Everyone loves a beautiful smile and you'll feel more confident looking great.

Only soyfee brand offers unsurpassed quality and freshness. We buy all of our organic soybeans from only American farmers. Your purchase helps support organic farming.

So put down that cup of joe, push aside that tea bag and brew up a delicious mug of soyfee. Your smile will thank you for it! Available at www.soycoffee.com or select retailers. Made in America by Americans!

Marina Kushner is the author of the best selling book "Life Without Caffeine" and is the President of Soy Coffee. More information can be found at www.soycoffee.com


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