Adapt to ExperienceChanges to my Teeth

I've lost the enamel on the outer surface of some teeth.

I've been forced to use toothpaste for sensitive teeth.

Can the Tooth Enamel be replaced?

In late December 2012, I began taking two SE2™ tablets a day as instructed.

I began to take StemFlo™ in February, 2013.

My dentist says that the lost tooth enamel cannot be replaced.

We've seen with brain cells and heart cells and scare tissue, that the idea that new cells can't be made, or that tissue repair can't occur has been proven wrong.

Maybe that applies to tooth enamel too.

I have no evidence that my tooth enamel is improving.

If you want to talk to me about what I'm learning, you can let me know here.

More Links in this series:

Urination Problems Resolved
Improved Sleeping Pattern
Increased Energy Level
Increased Feeling and Awareness
Lack of Indigestion
Knee Joint Pain
Rediscovery of my Big Toes
Sense of Wellbeing
Knee Joint Pain
Restless Legs and Hands
Reduced Craving for Sweet Food
Weight Loss
Muscle Injury - Right Arm
Improved Skin Condition
Less Sensitive to Cold Conditions
New 'Grease' for Old Shoulders
Improved Sexual Interest and Function
Healing an Ulcer on my Leg

The following are question marks, or not happening yet.
Hair Colour (New Dark Hair?)
Eyesight (no change)
This Page
Improved Mental Alertness (no change)
Improved Long Term and Short Term Memory (no change)

Taking or Not Taking StemFlo™
Taking Additional SE2™

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