1) Excessive Amalgams. I had at least 20 amalgam fillings. I saw the X-ray showing that 4 of my molars were almost completely drilled away.
2) Few natural teeth. 4 healthy teeth were removed as a tween for crowding even though they looked find, and 4 wisdom teeth were later removed even though 1 was healthy.
3) Amalgam replacement with white filling; broken tooth. About 2 years ago, I had the silver amalgams removed and replaced with white filling (I think resin). Within a year, 1 of the heavily-filled molars had 1/4 of the tooth break off.
4) Heavy metal detox; broken tooth. I recently began treatment to remove heavy metal traces from the body. I received DPMS injections, a few days later an IV that included glutathione and other, and then took a regimen of chlorella capsules and cilantro drops for the next 38 days. Within a week after the DPMS, the 2nd of the heavily-filled molars cracked one side of my tooth in half and needed to be extracted (by another dentist since it was an emergency).
5) All my relatives have straight teeth, and have had all their teeth into their 70s even though they never went to a dentist, so there is no family history of dental issues.
I am only 40 years old and should not be losing my teeth. I currently have 23 teeth in my mouth. I would like to know how to protect my other heavily-filled molars and my other teeth. Should I get ceramic or glass fillings, or is it not worth it because it would cause more trauma and weakness by changing the filling? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each kind of filling? Would sealants and flouride treatments help? Would bonding strengthen or weaken my teeth? Should I take vitamin D, calcium, flouride supplements? Should I use prescription toothpaste or other products? Anything else?
Please don't tell me to "ask my dentist". He has left the practice and other staff are not responsive.