Amelia asked in HealthDental · 6 months ago

Does having demineralisation on teeth mean I’ve tooth decay?

My dentist told me i have demineralisation. At the time I didn’t really know now what it meant but I’ve been googling and tooth decay comes along side it? She never said I have tooth decay but now I’m worried

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  • 6 months ago

    Apagard toothpaste reminerluzes teeth.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    all those years of taking adderol / speed have sucked the calcium out of your teeth and bones .

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  • 6 months ago

    Tooth demineralization makes it easier for bacteria to eat holes in the tooth enamel. You may not have tooth decay yet, but it is likely if you can't reverse this.

    • Amelia6 months agoReport

      How can I reverse it? She just told me to use fluorite toothpaste and that’s it.

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  • 6 months ago

    your teeth are growing soft and brittle and more prone to gum infections. a common cause is eating acidic foods (including Sugars) without brushing your teeth or drinking water afterward.

    i can literally feel when my mouth is abnormally acidic. there's a slight tension all around my teeth. it may not be common to feel it though.

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