Toothpaste will not regenerate enamel #DrSoftTouch
This toothpaste can help remineralize your teeth, but it can not regenerate enamel. Once enamel is lost, you can not get it back. When tooth enamel loses its mineral content, it becomes weak and vulnerable to decay. This is where toothpaste comes in to help replace the lost minerals and strengthen the enamel. It should be safe to us with veneers. I hope this helps. Follow me for more questions and answers.
Toothpastes don't replace lost enamel
The formulas for advanced toothpastes can help remineralize weakened tooth structure, but it does not GROW tooth structure. Once enamel is lost, it is gone. The decay process starts when enamel gets demineralized/weakened. This then degrades and breaks down. If during the demineralization the structure can RE-mineralize, then the decay process is reversed.It should be safe for use with veneers.