Our mouth requires certain minerals to restore degenerative parts of the teeth. The mineralization is constantly occurring in the mouth, but when a tooth has been eroded and the cavities begin to deform, there are steps that can be taken to regenerate, without the need for a filling.

Steps to follow:

  1. Improve the diet to restore tooth enamel. The teeth need the same attention as the body, to maintain optimal health. A diet low in nutritional value can cause the teeth to become caressed easily and grow bacteria that form the cavities. A diet rich in organic raw vegetables, raw organic milk, vitamins and minerals is very important to maintain good dental health.
  2. Exercise your teeth regularly. The exercise of the teeth involves chewing food well so it is more viable for digestion. A fibrous diet allows the teeth to exercise more and also keeps them clean. Avoid regular consumption of diet sodas or soft substances that do not require the exercise of the teeth.

  3. Use products that contain xylitol. Xylitol is a natural fiber found in fruits and vegetables that is used as a sweetener. This will restore the balance of the natural pH of the teeth, helping to fight bacteria and helping in the regeneration of tooth enamel.
  4. Use a toothpaste that promotes remineralization. There are many manufacturers of these toothpastes, which will restore tooth enamel through consistent mineralization. This type of toothpaste deposits minerals while brushing decayed teeth.
  5. Chew gum without sugar. Research has shown that chewing gum regularly not only exercises the teeth but also distributes the minerals to the right places. Chewing gum stimulates the production of saliva that can neutralize the acid produced by the bacteria present in the plaque.
  6. Keep teeth clean. Healthy teeth depend on the daily elimination of bacterial plaque formation. Hygienize them with a brush and floss regularly. Brushing your teeth with baking soda can help restore the natural balance of pH and floss to clean in cracks and between teeth, where bacteria tend to thrive.
  7. Fast Studies show that fasting tends to stop tooth decay.


  • Brush and floss regularly, concentrating especially on reaching areas where bacteria can form and thrive.
  • Always keep your mouth moist with saliva. Dry mouth can cause problems and cause tooth decay to increase.
  • Use dental floss without wax so it can easily be extended and reach different corners that allows for greater cleaning.
  • Consult with Best dentist in Dubai immediately if you have very deep cavities, as they could corrode the entire tooth if not treated in time.

Be sure to keep acidic foods, such as soft drinks, out of your diet. Eat the minerals your teeth need to regenerate naturally.