Discoloured teeth in Leeds can cause all manner of problems to anyone that suffers from them- the main issue being psychological; you may find yourself being a little reserved when you talk and smile and this only makes you more introverted. There are so many reasons why your teeth can become discoloured- what you eat or drink can affect the enamel of your teeth- coffee, red wines and certain foods and let’s not forget the use of tobacco, but the list goes on: medication, stress and pregnancy are things that can affect your immune system and cause staining in the teeth. Of course, there are inevitable things in life that you can’t get away from: the ageing process and what you inherit from your parents when you are born. But the problem can easily be rectified- first you can try to change all of the aforementioned issues above so that you give your teeth a fighting chance. Dentists however, can offer you a range of treatments to overcome your problems as well as giving you advice on what you can do at home. To start with, you can improve the way you look after your teeth and gums by changing your oral hygiene practises. You can purchase some pretty good whitening products in the shops these days, from toothpastes to bleaching kits. At the dentists you can get laser whitening, dental bonding or veneers to cover up the most abhorrent staining; as long as you are prepared to put in the work, there is no reason why you shouldn’t have white teeth.