Lemon and Lime Juice

What effect does lime juice have on teeth?


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2006-12-19 19:03:49
2006-12-19 19:03:49

If you keep drinking or sucking on limes then you can do damage to enamel on your teeth. My brother-in-law loved lemons and eventually had to have his teeth capped.

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