New Toothpaste Leaves Dentists Without Work

A Revolutionary Invention for Your Teeth

The Japanese researcher Kazue Yamagishi and her team have been working for years to manufacture a synthetic enamel paste for the tooth. They were able to produce the dental paste in small quantities. However, for the mass-production, they need more time than they had anticipated. This is a technical problem, which causes an enormous delay in commercializing this synthetic enamel paste.

This kind of toothpaste is, actually a revolutionary invention for maintaining personal hygiene. It has incredible properties, shown in filling all the holes and cracks in the teeth. It additionally restores the tooth enamel at the same time.

About the properties of this new paste, the dentist unnecessary make a lot of manipulations. However, this toothpaste contains similar components with the tooth enamel, but it is in a liquid form. This form will make it easy for everyone to apply it by using the toothbrush.

By a series of experiments with hydroxylapatite (known as crystalline calcium phosphate), which is the main component of the tooth, the researcher managed to obtain the formula of this new paste.

Immediately after the paste is applied to the teeth, it dilutes the acid on the surface of the teeth. After a short time (approximately three minutes), the paste starts to crystallize and fastens to the structure of the natural enamel.

It sounds great, isn’t it?

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