It is not possible to restore tooth enamel that has been worn away or damaged as it is not living tissue, according to Crest. However, patients may seek tooth bonding or a tooth crown to rebuild tooth structure. More »

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Once tooth enamel has been eroded, it cannot be restored, but it can be replaced by the use of a bond or an artificial crown covering. Weak enamel may be strengthened by the introduction of certain minerals, including ca... More »

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To restore enamel after tooth erosion, cut down on acidic and sugary foods, chew xylitol gum and brush regularly with fluoride toothpaste. Speak to a dentist about treatments to restore tooth enamel. More »

Gray teeth can be caused by staining of the tooth enamel, internal damage to the tooth and the use of antibiotics at a young age, according to More and Crest. While staining and antibiotic damage can be reversed using to... More »

The acid in vinegar can have extremely detrimental effects on tooth enamel, especially the less mature enamel of teens, according to Sharecare. Specifically, one study showed that teens who regularly consume foods with v... More »

The treatments for teeth with significant bone loss are various types of surgery, including bone grafting, guided tissue regeneration and enamel matrix derivative application, according to Mayo Clinic. Bone loss around t... More »

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When a dentist performs a root canal on a tooth, he sterilizes the infected tooth and removes approximately an inch of infected nerve from the area, but he cannot remove the tubules in the tooth that retain dead nerve ti... More »