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Re: Can tooth heal by itself after taking mercury filling out with no fillings put in after?
 
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Re: Can tooth heal by itself after taking mercury filling out with no fillings put in after?


I've never heard of anyone actually saying they successfully regrew their teeth or parts of a tooth. I don't think the foods and drinks we consume help us most of the time, but I also do not believe the body evolved to be so oblivious to healing certain parts of itself which grew in the first place for a good and functional reason. So I'm inclined to believe that teeth can indeed heal, only I think we need to strike a fine balance enabling this because it's likely something that operates at a slower rate than the rate that we expose them to damaging compounds.

I hope you've found some success. I just realised this is a very old post!
 

 
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