When a tooth filling wears off, does natural enamel start to grow in its place?
i dont think so
usually they have to be redone i think
I don't believe so. Tooth fillings are supposed to be permanent.
Nope. Enamel can't grow back. You have to have another filling put in place.
no, teeth do not knit back together like bone does. the filling will have to be replaced or the tooth reconstructed with a cap or other artificial filler.
god how I wish that were true, if that was the case, than why would we need fillings? if the bone was just going to grow back by itself. If you don't get it refilled asap, you will probably end up getting a root canal and a crown! So get er done!
I greatly doubt it, your tooth is a bone and once you lose you baby teeth your adult teeth set in, and once you start losing those good luck and wanting to bite into a carmel apple!!! Think of enamel like paint on a wall, once it starts to fade there is no way to replace it all by it self, but with your teeth not even the dentist can replace enamel.