Is it possible to remineralize a crack in a tooth using your protocol?
It is possible to heal a cracked tooth - but it does depend on the kind of crack etc.- so you really need a clinical assessment by a dentist.
My system stimulates "natural remineralization/ healing" of teeth. This is the depositing of minerals into the tooth surface. I tell people this kind of repair is like healing a wound in your skin.
Xylitol and the dilute fluoride rinse ACT work in harmony ( I suggest you use my system ) and you should get layers of minerals deposited into your tooth. Xylitol puts minerals in the deeper layers of the tooth/crack and ACT works to put minerals into the surface "skin" of the tooth. Many people with cracked and sensitive teeth have found their sensitivity goes away in about a week on this system.
I cannot guarantee your cracked tooth will heal. If you have a serious and physical split down the tooth, you would feel pain.
In most cases I would say - get started on the system and see how your tooth "feels." If it feels better - then I would continue to be optimistic.
Hope this helps. It is difficult to advise- because a truly cracked tooth (as occurs in an accident) cannot rebuild itself back - but a small crack/ craze in the surface may heal in a matter of six to eight weeks.
I would be interested to hear more about your tooth in the future - and what you did, and what happens.
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