tobacco stain

to·bac·co stain

(tŏ-bakō stān)
Tenacious dark brown or black tooth discoloration that results from cigarette, pipe, or cigar smoking or the use of smokeless tobacco.
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The vinyl windows that were yellowed from tobacco stain were rejuvenated with TSP.
Fiona Wilson by email ATWO things to consider: if it''s a cooking or tobacco stain, you have to wash the area with sugar soap before painting.
Fiona Wilson by email A Two things to consider: if it's a cooking or tobacco stain, you have to wash the area with sugar soap before painting.
Two things – if it's a cooking or tobacco stain, you have to wash this off before painting.
Smoking forms: Tobacco stain, a brown/black extrinsic stain, is typically found on the enamel surfaces of smokers.
The oral hygiene status was poor and all teeth were stained with tobacco stain. The patient was a chronic smoker and alcoholic but quit the habits one year back.
Pacific Rim Imports made its first big statement in wood accent furniture and accessories, in a tobacco stain finish, and did a rawhide group to complement western looks.
Smoking tobacco stains your tongue and teeth and encourages the formation of plaque that provides favorable condition for bacterial and fungal growth.
The toothpastes that will be available stateside include White Glo Professional Choice Extra Strength Whitening Toothpaste; White Glo Coffee & Tea Drinkers Formula, which uses micro-polishing particles as well as a micro-wax protective shield to help prevent future stains; White Glo Smokers Formula, a fluoride-enriched product with all-natural diatomaceous earth and micro-polishing particles designed to remove tobacco stains and smokers breath; and White Glo 2-in-l Mouthwash, a double strength whitening toothpaste with a mouthwash base to help fight bad breath.
Fort Worth, TX, April 15, 2015 --( More and more people today are choosing tooth-whitening procedures to reverse the effects of aging and abuse from food and tobacco stains. Patients who are considering having their teeth whitened should always have a thorough dental check up first to make sure their teeth and gums are healthy, according to Dr.
This drab take on Andalucia is now as stale as the tobacco stains on the walls of this grotty Seville.
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