Well my teeth got better, actually the feel of them and the lack of tartar made it difficult for me to remember to brush my teeth for quite some time 'cause I was so used to being reminded to brush my teeth by how they used to feel "fuzzy" before 811. They had erosion and I had lots of gum pockets and my gums had problems and various other things before that went away after doing 80/10/10 lifestyle for a while. I did still need to keep brushing, and had some issues after several years of inconsistent brushing (where I'd skipped a few days at times without realizing it until I thought about it) with the hard to reach spots due to my new lack of brushing at first, but I've got that handled now.
Now I've put it into my waking and bedtime routines (and have created routines, hehe), so I remember better. I brush my teeth and tongue and oral irrigate in the morning, then floss, brush and oral irrigate my teeth at night. I have a hand-held battery operated oral irrigator that is much easier to use for me than the counter units. It's made for travel, so you could take it to work with you if you were so inclined. I have a tongue scraper, but have found it pretty useless as I don't ever get anything with that other than clear saliva, so I figure I don't need it. I do like to brush my tongue in the morning, possibly more for the sort of massage it gets than anything I think.
How many times a day do you eat? How many times a day do you brush? Do you floss, oral irrigate or do any other oral hygienic methods? If so, how many times a day is that?
Do you eat greens and/or celery daily?
That reminds me of an idea for you. I often like to have a stick of celery as dessert after fruit meals. I think it helps clean the teeth and it's tasty too.
Perhaps that can help you as well. Sometimes I sort of brush with the stick of celery absent-mindedly like when people use toothpicks and chew on them while doing other stuff. Perhaps using both (celery and toothpicks) could help. Actually, there's a reusable thing my step mom uses instead of a toothpick that's pretty cool and seems better to me. It's a little rubber cone mounted on a metal handle that she uses to massage her gums or something, but it lets you get stuff out from in-between your teeth if needed too.
Also, what sort of problems are you having? Did you not have these problems before?