How To Whiten The Outer Teeth Yellowing Due To Lemon Acid
Thank you for the question.
True that you mentioned, contact between teeth with acidic foods and drinks, including lemon juice, can indeed make tooth enamel eroded, and ultimately make teeth appear yellowed, more sensitive, even easier to perforate. It could also be that your aching and yellowing teeth are caused by poorly maintained dental hygiene, cavities, smoking or napping, genetics, lack of nutrition, side effects of drugs, and so on.
Depending on the cause and severity, the condition of your teeth like this can be handled easily to return to normal, there are also more difficult to handle. Ideally, you should check your dental condition directly to the dentist so that proper treatment can be given. However, given that COVID-19 is currently outbreaking, it seems that this examination (due to its non-emergency nature) should be postponed until the epidemic subsides. That way, your risk of contracting the disease can be reduced.
Instead, you can prevent your condition from worsening by:
If you want to consume sour drinks (including lemon juice, coffee, tea, soda), use a straw
Do not smoke
Be diligent at brushing your teeth, clean your tongue and between your teeth, continue to rinse with salt solution so that your teeth and mouth hygiene are always maintained
Drink more and eat a variety of nutritious foods, rich in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and other nutrients that are good in maintaining oral health.
If the tooth feels aching, relieve it first with a warm compress on the outside of the tooth or take a pain reliever (such as paracetamol)
Hope this helps ...