New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

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Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by Spock » Wed Jul 11, 2012 7:31 pm

oh dear.

I hope someone tells me-lady about this.


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Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by monica44 » Wed Jul 11, 2012 6:44 pm

Domdabears wrote:
The57ironman wrote:
...hey , they look like they've got nice teeth.... :mrgreen:


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:lol:

Crest white strips.

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glow in the dark teeth........... :lol:

Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by domdabears » Wed Jul 11, 2012 6:00 pm

The57ironman wrote:
...hey , they look like they've got nice teeth.... :mrgreen:


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:lol:

Crest white strips.

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Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by The57ironman » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:45 pm

monica44 wrote:Healing holes in your teeth is one thing!! You cannot tell me that such medical breakthroughs cannot have other adverse effects on the rest of the body, like fluoride, although it supposedly keeps teeth clean it also affects ones Pineal gland. This cannot be "good" for us no matter which way you look at it.

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....i'm thinking along the same lines.... :?





Domdabears wrote:Image



...hey , they look like they've got nice teeth.... :mrgreen:


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Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by monica44 » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:30 pm

Healing holes in your teeth is one thing!! You cannot tell me that such medical breakthroughs cannot have other adverse effects on the rest of the body, like fluoride, although it supposedly keeps teeth clean it also affects ones Pineal gland. This cannot be "good" for us no matter which way you look at it.

Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by domdabears » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:23 pm

Spock wrote:
This is just another move to push fatal toxins into our mouths where the U.S. Government, headed by G.W. Bush of course, pushed dangerous toxins through a mole at a Chilean University.


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Re: New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by Spock » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:05 pm

This should really confuse the limp sensitive Sallys.

On the one hand they can scream that we've know about this all along but that the evil capitalist dental cartel has kept us in the dark so it took a radical move from a free thinking Chilean socialist to stick it too the Oral Police PTBs.

However;

This is just another move to push fatal toxins into our mouths where the U.S. Government, headed by G.W. Bush of course, pushed dangerous toxins through a mole at a Chilean University.

New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof'

Post by domdabears » Wed Jul 11, 2012 4:56 pm

- Chemical could be added to toothpastes in year's time

- Kills bacteria that erode teeth

- Single dose protects mouth for hours

- 'Keep 32' chemical could even be added to foods
:vomit:

A new chemical could make human teeth 'cavity proof' - and do away with the need for visits to the dentists forever.

The molecule has been called 'Keep 32' - after the 32 teeth in a human mouth.

The chemical was designed by dentists in Chile, and wipes out all the bacteria that cause cavities in just 60 seconds in tests.

The chemical could be added to any current dental care product, turning toothpaste, mouthwash and chewing gum into 'super cleansers' that could get rid of the underlying cause of tooth decay.

The chemical targets 'streptococcus mutans', the bacteria that turns the sugar in your mouth into lactic acid which erodes tooth enamel.

By exterminating the bacteria, 'Keep 32' prevents the damage to teeth before it happens.

Using a product containing the chemical keeps your teeth 'cavity proof' for several hours.

The product has been under test for seven years, and is now going into human trials.

It could be on the market in 14 to 18 months, say researchers José Córdoba from Yale University and Erich Astudillo from the University of Chile.

More on the article http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... conds.html

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