The New Toothpaste Which Leave Dentists Without Work

A Japanese researcher named Kazue Yamagishi has caused a great buzz around the globe with a revolutionary invention that goes hand in hand with maintaining one’spersonal hygiene.

He invented a toothpaste that is able to fill every hole and crack in the teeth while restoring the tooth enamel!

The composition of this toothpaste is very similar to that of the tooth enamel. The only difference is that it is liquid. With a toothbrush, this toothpaste can be applied to the affected area in order to alleviate the matter and thus make it a thing of the past.

Charcle Toothpaste (Images courtesy Michael Surtees)

Mr. Yamagishi was able to come up with this innovation due to him experimenting with hydroxylapatite, which is also often called crystalline calcium phosphate (main tooth component).

The acid on the surface of the teeth starts to dissolve once the paste is applied.

Three minutes later, the paste starts to crystallize and then it gets fastened to the structure of one’s enamel.

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