Even though I brush my teeth regularly and at the minimum before I go to bed, I frequently have an acidic taste in my mouth after a night`s sleep.
Dentists says I have an acidic pH
mouth ecology (I don`t recall the exact term).
1) Would there be any bad consequences if, after brushing, I chewed 1 or 2 calcium tablets, not swallowing them, and let the suspension stick to my teeth for the night? That way I`d have a basic pH buffer in place for the worst time. Very much like the White Strips thing, but for pH purposes.
2) Can teeth regenerate at all? Two years back, I broke a molar from top to root. The dentist salvaged it, but one year later I had it extracted because infection set in at the root level. I find it bizarre that we can break and mend bones far bigger than our teeth, yet no tooth can regenerate. Or can they?