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my youngest has been wearing an amber teething necklace sine she was 4 or 6 months old. i gave it to her to help reduce teething pain. it also reduces drooling and the rash that goes with it. i was reading cure toth decay and some other things and saw it said that saliva helps to mineralize teeth. so if the amber is reducing the drooling, is it reducing the saliva neccessary to help mineralize the baby teeth? my other children have teeth that are fine but my youngest has brittle looking teeth that have white spots on them. the dentist said they were demineralizing. she had to have one capped bc it broke off and was mushy in the back. i changes our diet and added cell salts. but could the amber not be helping?