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v the replacement of depleted mineral content of bones and teeth. It is a naturally occurring process by the minerals contained in saliva. It may be promoted by certain dental treatments in the dental office and by the patient at home.
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We must stress other caries risk factors for our patients such as frequent cariogenic food exposures and poor nutrition, as well as protective factors such as fluoride and remineralizing and other caries-preventive agents.
Enamelon is a safe alternative to 5000 ppm fluoride and remineralizing pastes, Premier Dental claims.
Strategies are discussed for remineralizing soil with natural minerals, understanding basic soil chemistry, and tailoring a soil fortification procedure for local conditions.
com)-- Introducing Oligomer[R] Drink, a portable drink solution offering all the remineralizing properties of seawater to restore trace element levels and strengthen the body.
BROWN ALGAE: The most remineralizing algae, these have traditionally been used in slimming and rejuvenating | programs.
Remineralizing effects of glass ionomer restorations on adjacent interproximal caries.
It is an important enamel ally that can make teeth stronger and can enhance saliva's remineralizing, anti-decay properties.
His company, Foster Health, will ensure that Harry's vision of alleviating suffering, remineralizing the soils, and triggering a revolution in how we look at health, disease, and the environment will be realized.
Fluocaril (P&G) has launched Bi-Fluore, a toothpaste said to strengthen teeth and reduce the threat of cavities by remineralizing enamel and helping the teeth absorb fluoride.
One solution to the challenge of remineralizing our soil is the purchase of soil amendments.
Adding a remineralizing agent makes sense at the beginning of the planting season as you prepare your soil with compost, manure, etc However, a foliar spray can be applied in the middle of and throughout the growing season.
In conventional caries management, the suspicion of caries often leads to a restoration without an attempt to determine if caries is active, static, or remineralizing.