Can you 'remineralize ' one's teeth, or somehow restore enamel How?

Answer An over the counter fluoride (ACT or Fluorigard) may help reduce cavities and help remineralize your teeth. If your dentist is willing to give you a prescription you can then ask for a fluoride too... Read More »

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The enamel of my teeth is dissapiaring what do i do to restore the enamel?

Try Sensodyne ProEnamel or Crest Rejuvenating Effects. Both claim to remineralize to strengthen enamel and soft spots. It doesn't "grow" enamel but can help to strengthen weaken enamel. Drinking f... Read More »

How to Restore Enamel Badges?

Old enamel badges or hood ornaments are exposed to weather elements for many years. Over the course of time, these badges may begin to fade, loosing the original color and shine. To restore an enam... Read More »

How to Restore Tooth Enamel?

Enamel is the thin, hard material that covers the dentin, or main part of your teeth. The enamel protects the dentin from harsh temperatures and the daily crunching, chewing and grinding you do thr... Read More »

I thought you couldn't RESTORE enamel but you could strengthen it?

maybe it restores the enamel you have left on your teeth.