Remineralising Teeth

Discussion in 'Oral Health' started by Mary Lyn, Jan 28, 2019.

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    Mary Lyn

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    My 2 small cavities have been shrinking though I have not been doing it nearly as much as advised. Not every day anyway. The edges of my front teeth are worn but have not gotten any worse. I do not go to dentists.
     
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    Hi Mary Lyn, what would be the routine exactly? What would I buy (bicarbonate, huh?), mix with water or something and swish in my mouth? For how long / how often?

    Just looking for a little routine I can try out. Others can chime in too of course. Thanks.

    EDIT - nvm I see someone answered this above.
     
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    Not sure about remineralising teeth but red light has been shown to help greatly with overall oral health including the regeneration of dentin.

    This article by red light man has a good overall summary.

    Red light and oral health - Red Light Man
     
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    Watch the video.
     
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    Anybody try this yet? Very curious about peoples' experiences.
     
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    I’m using up my remaining closys first. Probably will order the TSP early next week and will report back when I’ve had a week or so to try it out. I’m going to continue with Dr. Ellie’s other recommendation though. I feel like I’m more in a maintenance phase at this point but since I’ve experienced rapid demineralization in the past I’m not willing to take any chances!
     
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    Could using TriCalcium Phosphate instead of TriSodium Phosphate maybe even work better? Or is this somehow a bad idea?
     
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    It’s on the thread that he links to:
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out Mossy. I know that I don't say how much water I am using for this mixture and that is because I don't have any set amount when it comes to dilution because I am still experimenting.

    But so far I would say I have been using about 300-500mg of water.
     
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    No problem. I just added aspirin to my homemade mixture of baking soda, calcium carbonate, and xylitol. I think the aspirin may be a little drying. Have you had any negative effects from it?
     
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    What issues are you treating and what are the results?
     
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    I have some warn enamel on edges of front teeth, which are not getting any worse despite high fruit, and small spots which seem a little smaller.
     
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    I just found out that there is a toothpaste called Clinpro 5000 that has tricalcium phosphate. This brand also contains fluoride though so I'm not recommending it, just suggesting that tricalcium phosphate might be good.
     
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    I’m laying off the novamin for a bit trying xylitol. Teeth are definitely cleaner just don’t know if it will help with remineralization
     
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    Boron, Food Grade DE , Vit D/K and oil pulling with Coconut /Wheat grass have helped me.
     
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    I’d try it. As you say, not swallowing it.
     
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