How does the miracle toothpaste that repairs teeth by itself work?
Circulating the web recently, a story about a miracle toothpaste with incredible properties has gone viral. Allegedly, a Japanese researcher named Kazue Yamagishi created a revolutionary invention that could leave dentists without a job.
She created a paste that can fill any holes and cracks in human teeth, restoring the tooth enamel as well. The properties of this paste makes the major part of the dentist profession obsolete, since taking on tooth decay and breaks are their main source of income.
To use the miracle toothpaste, all you have to do is brush with it. Yamagishi created the formula by experimenting with hydroxylapatite, or otherwise known as crystalline calcium phosphate, which is the main component of the tooth.
The way it works is as soon as the paste covers teeth it starts diluting the acid on their surface. It will only take the past three minutes to start crystallizing and fastening to the natural enamel of the a tooth.
While this product will not be available commercially until 2017, several internet users have claimed to have bought similar products online.