The Japanese scientist Kazue Yamagishi made a revolutionary breakthrough in the area of personal hygiene.
Namely, the Japanese scientist created new toothpaste that can easily and painlessly fill holes and cracks on your teeth; plus, it can regenerate the tooth enamel without the need of a dentist. This toothpaste is very similar to tooth enamel in its composition and can be applied directly on the tooth crack. The material it’s made of was created as a result of a number of experiments with hydroxyapatite, the basic compound of teeth.
What this toothpaste first does is easily dissolve the surface of the damaged enamel with the help of the acid it contains. Then, 3 minutes later, the paste crystallizes and the artificial substances integrate in the structure of the natural tooth enamel. Moreover, the substance has efficient antibacterial properties.
According to tests run by Japanese dentists, the tooth treated with this paste is not different than the healthy one. The difference can only be detected with a microscope.