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Can vomiting bile hurt your teeth?

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Dr. John Washburn
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Bile and stomach acid can certainly damage tooth enamel.
It's always a good idea to rinse repeatedly after vomiting and brush with a baking-soda based toothpaste to counter the acid.

In brief: Yes

Bile and stomach acid can certainly damage tooth enamel.
It's always a good idea to rinse repeatedly after vomiting and brush with a baking-soda based toothpaste to counter the acid.
Dr. John Washburn
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Dr. Steven Saunders
Internal Medicine

In brief: Harmful to Teeth

Yes. Bile and stomach acid are destructive to tooth enamel and with repeated exposure can be damaging over time.

In brief: Harmful to Teeth

Yes. Bile and stomach acid are destructive to tooth enamel and with repeated exposure can be damaging over time.
Dr. Steven Saunders
Dr. Steven Saunders
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