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How can I repair my teeth enamel?

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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Usually surgically

Most damage to enamel, fractures, chips, crazing, severe decalcification, and other damage requires a dentist to remove the damaged part of the tooth and replace it with a restorative material.
Generally not a diy project. Please see a dentist for professional care.

In brief: Usually surgically

Most damage to enamel, fractures, chips, crazing, severe decalcification, and other damage requires a dentist to remove the damaged part of the tooth and replace it with a restorative material.
Generally not a diy project. Please see a dentist for professional care.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: You won't be

Able to repair your enamel.
See your dentist for repairative options.

In brief: You won't be

Able to repair your enamel.
See your dentist for repairative options.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Howard Schneider
Dentistry - Pediatric

In brief: That depends

On what type of damage you are trying to repair. If you are talking decalcifications with an intact enamel surface then you can get prescriptions from your dentist for products that contain bio-available calcium and phosphate mixed with Fluoride (mi paste, remin pro) that can repair microscopic damage to enamel.
If you are talking pitted or decayed enamel then only a dentist can repair it.

In brief: That depends

On what type of damage you are trying to repair. If you are talking decalcifications with an intact enamel surface then you can get prescriptions from your dentist for products that contain bio-available calcium and phosphate mixed with Fluoride (mi paste, remin pro) that can repair microscopic damage to enamel.
If you are talking pitted or decayed enamel then only a dentist can repair it.
Dr. Howard Schneider
Dr. Howard Schneider
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