The remineralization effect, possible because of natural apatite
Every time we eat, our teeth are oxidized in our mouths, causing them to dissolve little by little. This condition is called “demineralization.” When this condition progresses, it leads to tooth decay, which is halted by the function of “remineralization.” This is the natural healing action of saliva that protects teeth from decay. However, if saliva is reduced, or if you are always eating something, remineralization cannot keep up with the speed of demineralization, which can lead to tooth decay.
This is where natural apatite comes in. Natural apatite can penetrate into the holes of dissolved teeth and repair them. In other words, as you continue to brush, your teeth naturally become healthier and stronger! This positive effect comes about because the composition of natural apatite is similar to the enamel on the surface of our teeth. By repairing the enamel, the teeth become whiter and cleaner and less susceptible to stains.
Binds to the teeth and restores!
Doesn’t bond with teeth