Why are his teeth so yellow?
Mike is 39 yrs old. About ten years ago, Mike had white teeth just like those of his siblings. His teeth are no longer white but have yellowish tinges. What happened that his teeth are so yellow? And how can he get rid of the yellowish tinges in his teeth?
Can't decide if this is a legitimate question or not. Mike needs to see his dentist. A number of things can cause yellowing including coffee drinking, darks sodas and some foods. And Mike, whoever this poor individual is, can have his teeth bleached.
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