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New Toothpaste Leaves Dentists Without Work

By on August 13, 2017 in Health
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New Toothpaste Leaves Dentists Without Work

via NaturalMedication

The Japanese researcher Kazue Yamagishi is responsible for the revolutionary invention for maintaining personal hygiene. Her discovery is a kind of toothpaste with incredible properties! Namely, her paste fills all the holes and cracks in the teeth, and restores the tooth enamel at the same time.

The properties of this new paste make a lot of manipulations by your dentist unnecessary. The tooth paste contains similar components with the tooth enamel, but it is in a liquid form. Therefore, its form will make it easy for you to apply it using your toothbrush.

The researcher managed to obtain the formula of the new paste by a series of experiments with hydroxylapatite, or otherwise known as crystalline calcium phosphate, which is the main component of the tooth.

As soon as the paste is applied to the teeth, it causes a dilution of the acid on the surface of the teeth. After three minutes, the paste starts to crystallize and gets fastened to the structure of the natural enamel.

Incredible, isn’t it?

Sources:
www.feelhealthylife.com
supertastyrecipes.com

In5D Addendum

Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Editor, In5D.com

One of our readers was able to find this similar product on Amazon.  While it is expensive, the reviews are fantastic! Please note that this product is similar to what Kazue Yamagishi invented. Yamagishi’s product will not be available until at least mid to late 2017.

You can find this product on Amazon HERE!

Apparently, there is a delay. According to Yamagishi’s homepage, the following was stated:

Thank you very much for your continued interest in our Synthetic Enamel Toothpaste.

Despite having successfully produced our toothpaste in small quantities, we have faced some difficulties during mass-production due to the fact that the procedure requires more time than expected.

Therefore, we would like to kindly ask you for your patience until we are able to complete the production.

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