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How To Treat Sensitive Teeth

A tooth comprises of a hard enamel coating covering a soft dentine with an internal nerve. The dentine contains a large number of pores or 'tubules' that run from the outside of the tooth to the central nerve.

Over time, the enamel covering becomes thinner, providing less protection to external stimulation. Also, the gums can recede with age or the tooth be chipped or fractured. The expose tubules act as a pathway to the nerves of your teeth, transmitting hot and cold sensations. Regular use of BioMin™ F may allow you to enjoy many of your best-loved meal or favourite drink once again!

If you experience pain or discomfort when consuming hot, cold, sweet or acidic food and beverages, you're not alone. 40% of the population is affected by tooth sensitivity too.


Small Particles, Big Benefits

The majority of BioMin™ particles are small enough to enter the tubules of your exposed dentine (yellowish inner tooth) and may help to combat sensitivity effectively. BioMin™ F dissolves faster in an acidic environment as you eat and drink than under neutral conditions, giving you increased protection as you need it!

The images below show the tubules before and after using BioMin™ F and further protection after an acid attack.

Tubules in the enamel before using BioMin™ F

Fluorapatite formation after using BioMin™ F

Increased protection after an acid attack

Directions for use:
Brush before breakfast and before going to bed. BioMin™ toothpaste will then armour your teeth all day - even while you sleep.