The New Toothpaste Which Leave Dentists Without Work
A revolutionary invention for maintaining personal hygiene has been invented by a Japanese researcher Kazue Yamagishi. It’s about a new toothpaste that fills all the holes and cracks in the teeth and restore the tooth enamel.
All this ultimately makes a lot of manipulations unnecessary , which dentists usually perform.
In its composition the tooth paste of the Japanese researcher is similar with the tooth enamel, the only difference is that it is liquid. Thus it can easily be applied to the affected area with a toothbrush.
The formula of the new paste is obtained after a series of experiments with hydroxylapatite, also called crystalline calcium phosphate, the main component of the tooth.
After the paste is applied to the teeth, the acid on the surface of the teeth begins to dissolve. Three minutes later, the paste begins to crystallize and gets fastened to the structure of the natural enamel.