New toothpaste formula said to fix cracked teeth, restore tooth enamel
The toothpaste, which is made using components that mimic your tooth's natural enamel, builds up in the cracks in teeth. The chemical, known as crystalline calcium phosphate, works by diluting the acid on the tooth's surface. After a few minutes, it crystallizes and adheres itself to the structure of the tooth's natural enamel. It can also combat bacteria.
The toothpaste was developed by Japanese scientist Dr. Kazue Yamagishi of the FAP Dental Institute. It is easy to apply at home
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