Re-Grow Tooth Enamel

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Posted by Budd49 (Saskatoon, Sask Canada) on 09/08/2012

Hi, just a note to anyone suffering from thinning teeth. Check the water your are drinking for sodium fluoride as it will THIN your teeth.

Replied by Mrs. Jimenez
New York, Ny

Product name, please. I use miswaak too.


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Posted by Dennis (Byhalia, Ms) on 02/05/2011
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I healed my teeth by lightly brushing two or three times per day with Pure Xylitol (not the mouth rinse). Buy the "packets"like sugar comes in.

Xylito is extracted from birch trees (wood grain alcohol) but you will think it is sugar (but it is not sugar! )"taste Great"too!
When I can't brush I even pour on tounge and crunch the granules up in between my teeth and swish the product throughly around and between my teeth for about three or four minutes then spit.

In the AM and PM simply pour the packet in palm of hand dip a "dry" tooth brush in the xylitol power and brush.
(no water needed)A flood of natural saliva will kick in and do the work!

Warning: Xylitol is safe for humans but is highly toxic to our pets. This has to do with their liver function.

No kidding I have found that xylitol will erase small cavitys and will stop a large cavity in it's tracks allowing the dental hole to actually fill itself naturally to a great extent and repair itself to a large degree in a very short time span.

I have also found any large decay that might be left behind stops growing immediately and becomes hard and useful for chewing again.

PS: You will also immediately notice a pinker tounge and fresher breath the very next morning you awake.

$60 bucks or so will currently buy a years supply of pure xylito in small paper packets (just like sugar on a resturant table is packed. )
And for me $60 is cheaper than a dental bill and drill any day.

Stick with it because xylitol begins working day one by stripping (all) of the tarter away from teeth. Therefore the bacteria that feed on that tarter have no way to grow. This means there is no acid left behind on the tooth enamel which is what causes a cavity to form in the first place! (whitens too with out harming enamel)

Replied by Stacy
San Diego, Ca

Dennis (or anyone! ) how long have you used the xylitol to restore your enamel (or cavities). I've been looking for something for my kids teeth. I don't know why all the kids seem to have yellow teeth! My kids don't eat excess of sweets, don't drink soda or juice. I'm wondering if this xylitol could help (they use Tom's of Main no flouride toothpaste that has a little in it... But mybe other ingredients are worsening?)

Replied by Pam
Casper, Wy. USA
5 out of 5 stars

My kids teeth were a problem, too. With yellowing and cavities. We found a company on line that sells a full line of products. We get tooth paste, mouth wash, gum and mints with xylitol. The kids teeth have improved greatly with the xylitol. I know that I can't list the product name but if you e mail me I will be hapy to give it to you.

Replied by Clarity
Los Angeles, California, Usa

Intersted in receiving the company's name you order xylitol. Thanks Clara

Replied by Stacy
San Diego, Ca

Hi Pam, I couldn't figure out how to email you :-/ I'm wondering if the products that you used were "Spry" (I think that's the name... ) how long did you use them before you noticed a difference for your kids? Do you use ALL those products for your little ones? Moutwash and all? And did you notice the yellowing go away? Enamel look thicker???
Thanks SO much!

Replied by Pam
Wy, U.s.a.

Hi, I think the website is The product name if I am allowed to post it is Epic. All the products contain xylitol and no fluoride. I think it was about 10 days to 2 weeks and I started to notice a big difference in their teeth and breath. They use the toothpaste, gum, and mouthwash.

Replied by Missy

You could also try Swanson Vitamins for the loose granuales..... They don't offer a fluoride free toothpaste... Make sure when buying this that the ingredients are from Birchwood... Natural... not corn based and NOT GMO.

Replied by Anonamous
Spokane, Wa

Wouldn't the granuals be abrasive to your teeth?

Replied by Sharon
Leicester, England United Kingdom

Has someone wrote to miss y from southern california to warn her about coral calcium that its poisonous?

Replied by Mommy Kmalik
Philadelphia, Pa

The xylitol on the above mentioned site is derived from corn. So does that make it impure or harmful? My daughter's dentist told me yeasterday that she wants to put my 2 year old under general anesthesia to fill two cavities and put a crown on top of the bigger one. I am in a frenzy trying to look for an alternative to this treatment.

Replied by Vandu
Silver Spring, Md
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I've been trying Dennis's suggestion of dry brushing with xylitol ( I got the brand NOW), and over the past two weeks, I feel there has been even more enamel loss. I dont know if it's because of the xylitol, or because of me grinding my teeth more. Ever since I started breastfeeding (now almost 7 weeks), my teeth seem to be losing enamel rapidly. during pregnancy my teeth and gums were great. and postpartum my gums are still strong and pink.. But I did find three receding gums and dentist says it's due to teeth clenching or grinding. I think he said the teeth grinding is also causing enamel loss. I'm not getting as much sleep and I find myself waking up with my jaws clenched. so I dont know if it's that I'm doing this more (due to stress), or if it was the xylitol, but my teeth have lost more enamal in just the past two weeks.

I'm going to stop the xylitol and go back to dry brushing with salt and a drop of neem oil. I dont know what else to do.

Replied by A.j.
Honolulu, Hawaii

You could try wearing a plastic mouth guard that athelets wear. They are also for teeth grinders. You can order it on line or buy it at your local drug store. I read it somewhere on the internet that you can boil it, then bite on it so that it can mold to your teeth.

Replied by Missy

The first mouth guard I purchased was from the dental health aisle... $18. (I know dentists charge a lot more) Since then, I have found them in the sporting goods section for . 98 cents. They come in youth or adult size, and have the directions on the package of how to fit them to your mouth. I bought the youth size and wear it on my bottom teeth as this seems to feel less "bulky".

Replied by Lisa
Vancouver, Wa
1 out of 5 stars

I tried using the xylitol granules... I ended up getting 3 small cavities in some teeth. I'm trying the spry toothpaste now... Hopefully it will be better. It didn't whiten my teeth either... Been using the toothpaste for about 1 month... used the granules for about 3 months.

Replied by Sharon
Wesley Chapel, Florida

If you guys check in the toothache relief section, you will find an excellent bit of info on brushing your teeth with bar soap. l have used bar soap for over a year now with much success.

Replied by Vandu
Silver Spring, Md

UPDATE: I read Cure Tooth Decay, by Ramiel Nagel, and was able to regrow my teeth enamel by

1) stopping the oatmeal. Three days later I noticed more enamel!

2) adding more bone broths to my diet. I actually see a difference, esp with fish bone broth.

3) limiting chocolate, improperly prepared whole grains (which is almost all), sugary foods, nuts, beans, and coffee. I have these foods occasionally but if too much, I notice teeth sensitvity. I also don't eat too much super sweet fruit. most things like berries, granny smith, grapefruit. etc.

4) other foods that have been a helpful part of my diet are grassfed dairy, and pastured eggs and meat.

Replied by Letitia
Lamoure, North Dakota

Not long ago we got the flu. Immediately after, 3 of our family had teeth that decayed within several days. I bit on something and my tooth cracked down into the root and abcessed. Instead of going to the dentist, I fasted. Taking nothing but water to eat or drink, the pain subsided, I did use clove oil in the tooth to help with the pain the first day. The second day there was no pain except when I bit on the tooth. After fasting for four days, the abcess was gone. I have been using baking soda and salt to brush with and putting comfrey root and myrrh into the cavity and am happy with the results. I eat and chew on the tooth with no problems and the cavity seems to be filling in. Thank-you to everyone who writes in. I think I might also try the black walnut tincture.

Replied by Mdf
Vancouver, Bc

There is a good blog that tackles the topic of nutrition and tooth decay and what you can add to your diet to help remineralize teeth. Sort of like Cure Tooth Decay's info on Weston Price diet, etc..

Talks alot about studies on vitamin D and calcium and vitamin K2, too.

Replied by Tiffanie
Cedar Hills, Utah

Thanks for the info. How long did it take before your cavities started to heal?

Replied by Choymae

The biggest clue on why xylitol worked on Dennis is because it helped him produce saliva after eating. Saliva is the most important thing to heal tooth decay because it is a naturally rich mineral source to re-mineralize your teeth and will naturally wash away, bacteria, debris and acids from eating. But along with the needed saliva, if you are losing enamel, you also need to change to a diet that supports teeth and bones. Check out the Westen A Foundation on the research of nutrition to heal tooth decay.