Modern society is the first to routinely fill teeth cavities with toxic materials as soon as they occur. But we may not need to turn to these modern practices if we simply take natural precautions. In fact, we may actually be able to remineralize teeth and heal cavities naturally with some natural solutions.
For many decades, mercury amalgam fillings were used because the malleability of the mercury allowed for the fillings to completely fill all the small spaces, tiny grooves, and narrow crevices. The temperature sensitivity of the mercury also permitted the filling to expand and contract accordingly.
Unfortunately, this practice of immediately filling cavities precluded the possibility of the teeth regenerating themselves. Plus, we now know that the amalgam solutions pose a noteworthy health risk due to mercury exposure.
With the right natural remedies and proper technique, teeth may actually be able to rebuild their tooth structure. In this manner the tincture of time and patience become the necessary components of a self-healing program.
Using Eggshells to Remineralize Teeth
One example of a reportedly efficacious protocol for healing cavities includes eggshells. Here’s why eggshells are made to make for the perfect ingredient:
“Eggshells contain the perfect amount of the ideal substances for healing cavities – massive amounts of calcium and 27 other minerals. The composition of eggshells resembles our teeth. Eggshells provide the necessary amount of calcium to remineralize teeth.” 
The real key to effectively remineralizing the teeth is providing the right minerals in the right balance so that the teeth can rebuild themselves. This process can begin in earnest only after the mouth has been properly cleansed.
By cleansing it should be understood that all dental materials that are toxic or allergenic for an individual are safely removed by a biological dentist. Holistic dentistry should also be utilized to address any persistent infections in the teeth or gums. Cavitation sites, in particular, must be appropriately remediated so that any focal infections are completely treated.
By using only dental materials and techniques utilized by a toxin-free dentist, the naturally occurring bacterial flora in the mouth can be re-established. Likewise, the normal pH of the mouth, which is the most conducive for this difficult type of tissue regeneration, will prevail over the long term necessary for natural cavity filling.
Read: 7 Natural Teeth Whitening Home Remedies
Though it’s recommended to take the previous steps mentioned, one thing you can and should do on your own to cleanse your mouth is oil pulling. Oil pulling is a very interesting mouth-cleansing method that could lead to numerous benefits, and few people know about this practice. Read more about the art of oil pulling here.
What is it about eggshells that makes them so special?
- “Bone tissue is composed of calcium. Actually, human bones and teeth are very similar to an eggshell’s composition. One of the benefits of eggshells is the calcium contained in the shell (93 %), the bone marrow is fulfilling its hematopoietic function better.
- Additionally, eggshells also contain mineral elements: magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sodium, potassium, iron, sulfur, aluminum, etc.
- There are 27 elements found in the eggshells. Also the protein of a shell is composed of such essential amino acids as methionine, cysteine, lysine, isoleucine. Thus, properly prepared eggshells are the most balanced natural means to obtain calcium.” 
Refilling teeth cavities naturally is no small task; therefore, using the very best filling material that nature has to offer is absolutely vital to a successful outcome.
Best Recipe for the Eggshell Formulation
First and foremost, the eggshells ought to come from free range, organic chicken farms in order to avoid any unwanted chemicals or antibiotics. The recipe for this Eggshell Tonic formulation is simple and easy to prepare.
How to prepare:
“Take eggshells and put them in boiling water for about 5 minutes. The boiling will kill any pathogens. Then, air dry the shells and grind the shells in a coffee grinder. Take a 1/2 teaspoon a day. It is important to note that Vitamin D [via exposure to sunlight] greatly aids calcium absorption.” 
Homemade eggshell toothpaste can also be made by consulting this recipe. By using both the tonic and the toothpaste together, the odds will be significantly put in the favor of sufficiently remineralizing your teeth so that dental visits can be minimized.
Eggshell toothpaste recipe:
- ¼ cup ground up eggshells or calcium magnesium tablets
- About 2-3 Tbs. coconut oil
- 1 Tbs. baking soda
Optional ingredients: 1 tsp. castile soap, 1 tsp. sea salt, and/or a few drops of peppermint essential oil.
- Rinse eggshells and boil them for a few minutes. This will help get rid of any pathogens.
- Air dry.
- Grind up the shells into a fine powder.
- Combine the ingredients in a bowl, adding coconut oil until it reaches a smooth consistency.
- Store in a container (jar).
Every time your teeth are drilled by a dentist, they are undermined in profound and irreparable ways. The most common dental materials in use today are often toxic and further impede the natural healing of the teeth.
Because dental patients are so conditioned over decades to submit to highly invasive procedures like root canal therapy, they are unaware of the safe natural approaches that have no unhealthy consequences.
Eggshell tonic and toothpaste are only two of the ways which can help restore the teeth of those who faithfully follow this holistic program.
21 thoughts on “The #1 Weird Way to Remineralize Teeth and Heal Cavities”
How does swallowing the eggshells help remineralise the tooth surface?
This is interesting and I would also like to know exactly how this works.
It gets calcium into your system?..
Simple: It doesn’t. This whole article is full of misinformation. Everyone’s saliva contains calcium. The tartar (calculus) deposited on the teeth which leads to periodontitis is mostly calcium. If re- ecalcification of extensive cavities were possible naturally, it would occur, but it doesn’t.
Works great…if you happen to be a shark (Not so much for humans….)
The same way anything you eat gets throughout the body to nourish it.
It can contribute but there are other factors. Vit A, Vit D, K2, Magnesium, etc all play a role as does thyroid health. Thyroid function is essential for proper bile to break down and absorb nutrient. Gut health is vital to teeth.
On a side note, most heart attacks appear to be caused by calcium build-up in arteries rather than cholesterol, so there’s that? An alternative is to use xylitol as a sugar replacement. I finally found a toothpaste which contains it too. Xylitol tastes like sugar but actually protects and remineralizes teeth. It’s an interesting article but I’d like to see more details, such as how it works, any studies to prove it etc.
I’m afraid I’m becoming as pessimistic about these things as I am mainstream drugs.
Too much calcium also makes your bones brittle, i.e. prone to breaking. Google it.
See my post above about vitamin K2. But as for making bones brittle, see what Dr. Peter Glidden has to say about it in this six-minute video:
As a dentist I agree with you. Xylitol doesn’t remineralise teeth, but it definitely affects the bacteria that cause decay. There are studies that show it’s a safe ingredient that actually works to reduce decay. The problem with eggshells is actually getting the calcium into the enamel surface. The acid from the bacteria removes the calcium and phosphate from the enamel, but it’s not enough just to have a high calcium level topically. There is no proof for eggshells, it’s a waste of time. Dentist’s have remineralising products that do work, such as Tooth Mousse, which has complex chemistry to actually get the calcium where it’s needed.
Interesting. Tooth Mousse?
It might only be available in Asia and Europe Alan as that product. But the active ingredient CPP-APP or Recaldent, is found in these products … http://www.recaldent.com/c_where_find_recal.asp
The problem with too much calcium is not too much calcium, but rather a lack of vitamin K2 (not just “K,” which normally refers to K1 which we were taught in grade school was for blood coagulation) to carboxilate the osteocalcin and matrix-GLA proteins to carry the calcium into the places we want them (like bones and teeth) and out of places we don’t want them (like coronary artery calcification, pineal gland, and other places they don’t belong). With proper nutrition, the body can even heal cavities. See Dr. John Whitcomb in this lecture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPWCJxyHAg4
Vitamin D mobilizes calcium into the bloodstream, Vitamin K2 is what you need to shuttle to hard tissues
This is farcical! Crap like this gives real natural remedies a bad name!
LOL- yeah….ground-up egg shells…good recipe if you’re looking to get kidney stones!
ARE THE EGGSHELLS ABRASIVE TO THE TEETH?
Thanks ya’ll 😀 xo!!
Use MCHC instead of eggshells. The only calcium proved to increase bone mass. NOW sells it dor good price. MCHC calcium is form of calcium phosphate.
Enamel demineralization takes place at pH below 5.5. Calcium and phosphate ions are dissolved out of the tooth and eventually cause decay with the help of Streptococcus mutans and lactobacillus bacteria. Calcium, phosphate, and fluoride remineralize the tooth under the right conditions. Saliva contains calcium, phosphate, and bicarbonate. Healthy saliva has a pH of 6.8 to 7.4.
Remineralization takes place at a higher pH of 7.5 to 8.5 in the presence of calcium and phosphate. In simple terms, there is a balance of minerals going in and out of our teeth.
Lastly it needs Vitamin K complex. The vitamin K2 MK4 is Wesson Price active X ingredient for your teeth. Vitamin K complex + D3 to assimilate it. I also put some mchc powder under my tongue and let it dissolve into saliva. Adding boron could be useful for some. To improve absorption, split up the dose. ,
Calcium can be unhealthy if it doesn’t assimilate.
Look for a calcium supplement in which the only source of calcium is MCHC. Many supplements say “MCHC” or “calcium hydroxyapatite” on the label, but when you read the ingredients carefully you discover that a secondary source of calcium, typically dicalcium phosphate–an inexpensive, poorly absorbed form of calcium–contributes an unstated percentage of the calcium to the supplement.
how long can it take brushing with mineralizing toothpaste like with diatomaceous earth + other ingredient toothpaste to fill in a cavity and how can I let my dentist know to check the filling before he tries to drill it to see the effects of the remineralizing attempt?
also, can I just add the ground up eggshell powder to already made toothpaste? I do about 8-12 oz of a home made green smoothie every day so I thought I was good at internal intake of minerals but maybe not since I have a giant freakin gaping hole in one of my molars. Thanks