How does Biorepair® repair tooth enamel?

When you brush your teeth with Biorepair®, microRepair® microparticles of hydroxyapatite are released. Hydroxyapatite is virtually identical to enamel and that’s what makes Biorepair® such an effective enamel repairing toothpaste. These microRepair® microparticles are so small, they can get into the tiny cracks and crevices on the surface of your teeth often caused by acid erosion. They then fill in the cracks and bind to the enamel – actively repairing tooth enamel.

“Biorepair® fixes flaws in teeth by filling tiny holes. With daily use, your teeth will be healthier definitely something to smile about!”

Professor Noberto Roveri, Doctor of General Chemistry at the University of Bologna , Italy.

Repairing tooth enamel

The microRepair® microparticles act on tooth enamel by filling in microscopic fissures, scratches and surface enamel lesions, smoothing out any roughness and repairing the surface, making the tooth look more radiant.

Preventing decay

 

By filling in the tiny holes to repair the damaged enamel surface, the microRepair® microparticles help to prevent plaque and bacteria from forming and leading to more serious damage such as tooth decay.

Reducing sensitivity

 

The microRepair® microparticles strongly bind to the tooth enamel and fill in the tiny holes, forming a protective layer over any exposed nerve endings. This gives effective long-term relief from dental sensitivity.

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