remineralize


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remineralize

(riːˈmɪnərəˌlaɪz) or

remineralise

vb (tr)
(Minerals) to add or restore minerals to
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Fluoride not only inhibits the demineralization of enamel, but it can also reverse it or remineralize it by producing a new crystalline surface of fluoroapatite nature which has a much lower solubility in the acids [21, 25].
It contains calcium, magnesium, phosphates and fluoride to remineralize and restore enamel.
ther caries as well as helping a tooth remineralize any carious tissue remaining under the restoration.
3 Oral cavity has the capability to remineralize the demineralized enamel through the supply of calcium and phosphate ions in saliva to the teeth.
However, there are less invasive ways to prevent, remineralize or restore new cavities.
CPP-ACP AND CPP-ACPF: CPP-ACP substantially increases its ability to remineralize enamel subsurface lesions.
But today we have better ways to remineralize, including MI Paste[TM], an effective toothpaste containing calcium and phosphate.
Best consumed after a meal or drink, the candy will stimulate saliva production, dislodge food particles still in the mouth, neutralize any remaining acids, and remineralize teeth.
Lastly, fluoride has the ability to remineralize tooth enamel that has been lost in formed teeth.
However, there are no published studies on this material as to demonstrate its ability to remineralize enamel subsurface lesions.
Teeth are living tissue; remove the infection and they can remineralize and heal cavities.
Cure Tooth Decay" DVD - The Eugene chapter of the Weston Price Foundation will show the DVD "Cure Tooth Decay: Remineralize and Repair Your Teeth Now with Traditional Foods" by Ramiel Nagel at 6 p.