Nanohydroxyapatite and Dicalcium Phosphate For Remineralizing Oral Care
Nanohydroxyapatite & Dicalcium Phosphate For Remineralzing Early Caries
by Perry Louis Fields Founder, Author, Medical Pioneer, Food Scientist and Engineer
We added a nano form of Hydroxyapatite (HAp) and dicalcium phosphate. In tandem, along with all of the other ingredients in our products, you will receive EXTRA enamel remineralizing POWER!
These two ingredients, stick to the FF creed, of providing benefits while also being edible. Both are highly bioavailable forms of calcium.
Let’s get to know your ingredients:
Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is a member of calcium phosphate, and it has a Ca/P ratio of 1.67 which is identical to bone apatite. The main substance of our teeth is HAp (97 % of enamel and 70 % of dentin).
In oral applications: Nano-hydroxyapatite (nano-HAp) can effectively remineralize and repair tooth surface, also improves the antimicrobial properties and tooth sensitivity.
You’ve probably already figured it out for yourselves, and have the dental visits to prove it, that you don’t actually need fluoride and the Frau Fowler innovation of NO RINSE (and it being edible) is a solid oral care product that can you make you feel good (body and teeth).
Suspending minerals next to teeth to allow for extra absorption, making you salivate, is a substantial way to get your teeth less sensitive and promote the natural process in which your body works very hard at to protect your teeth.
Now you can deduce what happens when you add two more forms of calcium that have hundreds of serious research proving the effectiveness.
Did you know that one of the hardest things toothpaste makers face is that the detergents they use create a barrier in which the small amount of ingredient that does work to repair teeth, has a very hard time reaching the actual surface of your enamel! WOW. Think on that.
Basically the scientific conclusion is that remineralization effects are COMPARABLE TO FLUORIDE and also inhibited caries (cavities).
Calcium phosphates are similar to the chemical composition of enamel also. Calcium phosphates are already clinically proven as anti-caries agents. The external layer of human teeth, the enamel, consists of micrometer-sized carbonated calcium-deficient hydroxyapatite (bioapatite) crystallites which are tightly packed and hierarchically organized in crystallite bundles (enamel prisms).
Overview of Calcium Phosphates used in Biomimetic Oral Care – NIH.GOV Paper