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Would the acids in lemons cause increased tooth enamel loss? Used to eat them

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Dr. Paul Carter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes.

Acids in foods like citrus fruits an juices can affect the enamel.

In brief: Yes.

Acids in foods like citrus fruits an juices can affect the enamel.
Dr. Paul Carter
Dr. Paul Carter
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Dr. James Beck
Dentistry

In brief: Yes

Yes, lemons are highly acidic and wear away the tooth enamel quickly.
I have seen people ruin their teeth by sucking on lemons all the time. Don't do it.

In brief: Yes

Yes, lemons are highly acidic and wear away the tooth enamel quickly.
I have seen people ruin their teeth by sucking on lemons all the time. Don't do it.
Dr. James Beck
Dr. James Beck
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