London University Spinoff Hails New Tooth Repair Technology

London University Spinoff Hails New Tooth Repair Technology
April 14 10:09 2016 Print This Article

(Fierce Biotech) – The BioMinF toothpaste–which has been created from the Queen Mary, University of London spinout BioMin Technologies–replaces lost minerals from tooth enamel and is designed to help prevent decay and treat sensitivity while a consumer sleeps.

It is currently available online and from specialist dental distributors now and will be sold on U.K. high street stores by the end of the year.

BioMin said in a statement that dental decay is the “most prevalent disease worldwide” and the majority of adults will also experience tooth sensitivity at some stage during their lives.

Decay is also the most common reason for children being admitted into hospital, with between 60-90% of school children being affected, it added.

Toothpastes containing BioMInF are able to slowly release calcium, phosphate and fluoride ions over an 8-12 hour timeframe to form fluorapatite mineral to rebuild, strengthen and protect tooth structure. The slow release of fluoride has been identified to be particularly beneficial in prevention of tooth decay.

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