About 6-9 months ago, I had an intense spell of pipe-smoking (which dried my mouth) and heavy fruit juice drinking (made in our own blender with real fruit, but sweet nonetheless). I think this combination caused a line of cavities on my lower left and right sides along the gum line. Would it be possible your program would reverse this? Or is it a matter of once you get the cavities, it is probably wiser to go ahead and have the dentist repair it so nothing worse develops--then, do better next time? Thanks.
Cavities along the gum line are difficult to fill.
Also fillings usually fall out easily in this location.
Thirdly, the thickness between the outside and inside of the tooth is very thin at this point. The issues from this are that fillings can cause sensitivity and may even kill the nerve of the tooth during the drilling.
I am not a fan of doing fillings in this gum line area - and would always try to avoid them.
You may not get complete "filling in" of the defects - but I would at least try the system for a while.