It's a long story but due to many reasons (premature birth, childhood malnutrition, illness, ricket...etc.) I have very crappy teeth naturally. Very thin and crappy enamels that often chip off. Most of my "cavities" that got filled are really chipped or demineralized enamel. My question is: can they actually get better with good care and nutrition, if they have never been good to start with?
I'm very careful about taking care of my teeth once I was aware of the importance. Back when I was a child I never smiled with my mouth open, my teeth were one of the worst. Now I'm 40 they aren't too bad compared to my peers. They don't give me much trouble (a bit of sensitivity sometimes) and work well. But they don't look good. Is it possible for teeth to get whiter and thicker with good nutrition (I love bone broth), or is that just a pipe dream?