Biomin – sensitivity relief and remineralisation

https://biomin.co.uk/

BioMin – a new step forward in toothpaste technology.

BioMin toothpastes represent a major breakthrough for oral care and is the result of over a decade of scientific research at Queen Mary University of London.

BioMin F toothpaste incorporates a bioactive glass which slowly releases Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride ions to form acid resistant fluorapatite for up to 12 hours after brushing. The very fine glass particles (five microns average) within the toothpaste adhere to the tooth surfaces. Saliva slowly breaks down the glass structure releasing the mineral ions and raising the pH.

BioMin F toothpaste mimics and enhances the way saliva replaces lost mineral on tooth surfaces, providing protection and relief from the effects of sensitivity, acid erosion and initial enamel decay.

For those who refuse to use a fluoride containing toothpaste, BioMin C toothpaste has been developed with strong remineralising properties to develop hydroxyapatite on the tooth surfaces.

Contact Information

https://www.linkedin.com/company/biomin-technologies-limited/

Visited 156 times, 1 Visits today

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.

Related Listings

J&S Davis – Curasept

01438 747344

BioMin – a new step forward in toothpaste technology.

BioMin toothpastes represent a major breakthrough for oral care and is the result of over a decade of scientific research at Queen Mary University of London.

BioMin F toothpaste incorporates a bioactive glass which slowly releases Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride ions to form acid resistant fluorapatite for up to 12 hours after brushing. The very fine glass particles (five microns average) within the toothpaste adhere to the tooth surfaces. Saliva slowly breaks down the glass structure releasing the mineral ions and raising the pH.

BioMin F toothpaste mimics and enhances the way saliva replaces lost mineral on tooth surfaces, providing protection and relief from the effects of sensitivity, acid erosion and initial enamel decay.

For those who refuse to use a fluoride containing toothpaste, BioMin C toothpaste has been developed with strong remineralising properties to develop hydroxyapatite on the tooth surfaces.

J&S Davis

01438 747344

BioMin – a new step forward in toothpaste technology.

BioMin toothpastes represent a major breakthrough for oral care and is the result of over a decade of scientific research at Queen Mary University of London.

BioMin F toothpaste incorporates a bioactive glass which slowly releases Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride ions to form acid resistant fluorapatite for up to 12 hours after brushing. The very fine glass particles (five microns average) within the toothpaste adhere to the tooth surfaces. Saliva slowly breaks down the glass structure releasing the mineral ions and raising the pH.

BioMin F toothpaste mimics and enhances the way saliva replaces lost mineral on tooth surfaces, providing protection and relief from the effects of sensitivity, acid erosion and initial enamel decay.

For those who refuse to use a fluoride containing toothpaste, BioMin C toothpaste has been developed with strong remineralising properties to develop hydroxyapatite on the tooth surfaces.

Trycare – Biomin

01274 881044

BioMin – a new step forward in toothpaste technology.

BioMin toothpastes represent a major breakthrough for oral care and is the result of over a decade of scientific research at Queen Mary University of London.

BioMin F toothpaste incorporates a bioactive glass which slowly releases Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride ions to form acid resistant fluorapatite for up to 12 hours after brushing. The very fine glass particles (five microns average) within the toothpaste adhere to the tooth surfaces. Saliva slowly breaks down the glass structure releasing the mineral ions and raising the pH.

BioMin F toothpaste mimics and enhances the way saliva replaces lost mineral on tooth surfaces, providing protection and relief from the effects of sensitivity, acid erosion and initial enamel decay.

For those who refuse to use a fluoride containing toothpaste, BioMin C toothpaste has been developed with strong remineralising properties to develop hydroxyapatite on the tooth surfaces.