Sensitive Teeth Remedy
40% of the UK population suffer with sensitive teeth - don't be one of them!
BioMInF is not just another toothpaste!
It is an exciting, new innovation from Queen Mary University, London and is the only toothpastes that bonds to teeth and releases fluoride, calcium and phosphate for up to 12 hours to create a natural, protective layer called fluorapatite (Armour for Teeth). This Armour is 10 times more resistant to acid attack (from sugary foods & drinks) than the protection given by the big toothpaste brands.
The particles of BioMin are so tiny that they penetrate into the exposed pores in the teeth (tubules) causing sensitivity pain to block them. It works for 9 out of 10 customers who tell us it works quickly and lasts for longer than other sensitivity toothpastes. Armour Your Teeth!
Treat your teeth with BioMinF toothpaste twice a day for the best sensitive teeth remedy available. The fine particles of the toothpaste bond to the teeth and slowly dissolve to form a natural protective layer, called fluorapatite - the Armour For Teeth. This layer is 10 times more resistant to acid attack from eating and drinking sugary foods than regular toothpastes. BioMinF penetrates & seals the exposed pores (tubules) in dentine of the tooth that leads to pain when consuming hot and cold drinks. It works quickly and for longer - Try It Today!
Sensitive Teeth After Whitening
Sensitive teeth after whitening is a common problem due to the strong chemicals used and it can lead to enamel loss if not managed correctly. Professional whitening treatment involves applying hydrogen peroxide onto the surfaces of the teeth to break down the stains on the tooth surface and make the teeth whiter and brighter.
Brushing with BioMinF toothpaste can help protect the enamel and ease sensitive teeth after whitening by blocking exposed pores in the dentine and reduce the sensitivity pain. We strongly suggest you only use dental professionals to avoid sensitive teeth after whitening.
Why else does tooth sensitivity occur?
A tooth comprises of a hard enamel covering of 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 can become thinner so provides less protection to external stimulation. However, the gums can also recede with age or the tooth become chipped or fractured. All can cause sensitivity pain. Exposed tubules though is the most common and acts as a pathway to the nerves of the tooth, transmitting painful hot and cold sensations. Regular use of BioMinF may block this allowing you to enjoy many of your favourite foods and drinks again!