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Has anyone noticed......

Chebs

Wants a pie
#1
Their teeth are a wee bit less white the longer you are on CD? I don't care, it's nothing a bit of bleach won't fix, but my teeth seem to be turning yellow!:confused: I brush them 3 times a day so it's not my hygiene regime that's the problem before you ask he he he..............
 
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Mini

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S: 18st2lb C: 16st1lb G: 11st2lb Loss: 2st1lb(11.42%)
#2
No, but then I have never had very white teeth.
 
#3
I haven't noticed that yet!!!!!! But I must say my teeth ache, no real pain, but they are deffinatly aching, must be lack of use, as they were always busy chewing on one thing after another for years, they must be feeling a bit lonely x
 

LizDesigns

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S: 17st1lb C: 15st4lb G: 10st6lb BMI: 34.5 Loss: 1st11lb(10.46%)
#4
I've noticed mine have got alot whiter. Although this is probably to do with the fact that I now don't drink tea or coffee, whereas before I was a bit of a coffee fiend.
 

Chebs

Wants a pie
#5
I've noticed mine have got alot whiter. Although this is probably to do with the fact that I now don't drink tea or coffee, whereas before I was a bit of a coffee fiend.

Ahh, I think you may have answered my question. I never drank fizzy drinks, tea or coffee before starting CD, but now I have a cup of black coffee in the morning and another one in the evening because the caffeine helps me to *ahem* go to the toilet..........so maybe that's the prob!

xx
 

Sunnysmile

Laserbeams set on goal
S: 16st8lb C: 16st8lb G: 10st0lb Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#6
Mine have gone a bit whiter too! Same as Liz, only with Diet Coke. I used to drink buckets of the stuff :eek:
 

karenO

Step away from the chips!
#7
My teeth feel better (i think due to the absence of daily bucketsful of Diet Coke) But i think they are a little yellower (not that they were pearly white pre CD either) & i've pretty much put that down to drinking black tea.
 

jackietrew

Will be slim!!!!!!!
#8
my teeth feel really sensitive actually! and iv had to resort to sensodine toothpaste, this is a real blow for me as iv never really drank fizzy drinks etc and have always drank water, but its making it hard to drink water because even though i dont have my water cold it still hurts! :-(
 


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