Dental proponents from the London University have unveiled a new toothpaste component that restores vanished minerals from the tooth enamel during sleep, and is currently available from specialist dental distributor chains. It has also proved quite useful in preventing tooth decay and treatment sensitivity. The BioMinF ingredient provides a new tooth repair methodology that will bring relief to millions of persons across the globe who are being plagued by dental caries. In the UK alone, the ailing affects an estimated fourteen million persons.
Toothpastes with BioMinF have the capability of slowly disseminating calcium, phosphate and fluoride elements within an 8-12 hour timeframe. This compounds in turn form the fluorapatite mineral which strengthens, rebuilds and insulate the tooth structure. This slow release approach has come in handy for the prevention of tooth decay, specifically by making the teeth far more tolerant to attacks from acidic drinks such as sodas. Furthermore, it’s relatively effective/efficient when compared to the conventional toothpaste ingredients which become nullified in less than two hours after brushing.