CA, i also have removable partials, and needed no tooth treatment for that. They sit well, and will only fall off if I chew something like very sticky caramel!
Well, as I dislike sugar, that happens very rarely.
I'm glad that you decided to treat your mouth. It's a hard decision, costly sometimes, but I really do not regret.
What I regret was to have ignored it for too long. I'm still dealing with one left over infection from a dead tooth, that died exactly due to lyme disease about 10 years ago. If I had taken that tooth off instead of treating the root canal, I think I would have had less bone infections left.
For those who treated cavitations and have no more dead teeth, I would recommend some sort of energetic testing to see if all bone infections are really gone.
These energetic tests cost almost nothing, so it would be worth. I was so fed up with lyme treatment when lyme got dormant, that I refused to treat anything else (so I left that tooth that died during lyme in my mouth).
I suspect that any tooth that dies due to infections should be looked at, closely. I'm also 50, I lost 7 teeth due to infections so far. My teeth ordeal is still not finished...
I recently bought an ionic tooth brush and with it, I'm cleaning all black spots that remained in the gum. All the teeth that were severely infected before or during lyme, or due to lyme left blackened spots in my gums. The ionic tooth brush eliminated that in less than a month!!!
It's an amazing tool to detox gum toxins, I feel.
Anyway, nice to see that other people think teeth health is important!