Here are some photos, I do hope they're found helpful. I started taking pictures because it's very hard to keep track of changes. The two front teeth were diagnosed with decay three months ago. Had a checkup today and no decay diagnosed in the two front ones.These photos were taken 14 days apart, the last photo taken about a week ago. We're using natural methods to cure decay. The top shows decalcification. Notice how the teeth appear scratchy? See the darker lines running from top to bottom on the teeth? That's also enamel loss and decay. The icky tooth next to it started that way and went bad quickly. But, in the other photo you can see the enamel texture is much better, the dark lines are almost gone. Now, pay attention to the white lines alone the gumline in the first photo. That is early decay. Compare it to the other photo. Do you see the decrease? You'll notice some of the white lines in the first one are actually pointing downward. In the second one they're going away. I hope this helps. I know it helps to see pictures. Big changes in only two weeks!
Here's a photo of his bottom molars. The photo is not clear, apologies. But, his bottom molars had big yellow cavities in the center and had decayed down quit a bit. They're now shorter than all his other bottom teeth and very jagged like canine teeth, but covered in new enamel. Decay halted. Note how much whiter it is than the rest of his teeth. Confirmed by dentist no more decay in these two teeth.