·fill and repair areas of minute surface abrasion
·remineralize subsurface demineralized areas
·supplement or replace inadequate or depleted tooth mineral
·restore mineral and surface smoothness
·remove white spots and surface unevenness
·reduce sensitivity and return of discoloration
·provide supplementary mineral
for enamel dysplasia or children’s teeth
Enamel Restorative Functions Clinical use of <mHAP>
<nHAP> fills surface fissures and restores smoothness to the enamel after scaling and use of polishing abrasives during professional mechanical tooth cleaning (PMTC)
<nHAP> remineralizes enamel roughened or demineralized during orthodontic procedures such as cementing or debonding (removal of orthodontic brackets), restoring smoothness and reducing white spots.
<nHAP> replenishes mineral lost during bleaching, restoring enamel density and smoothness, and protecting against sensitivity and early recurrence of stains.
(Data & SPM, Sangi Central Research Laboratory)
Teeth either treated (a) or not treated (b) with
immersed successively in red wine, then a stain remover (PEG), for three cycles.
(See:M.NISHIO et al, Post-bleach Stain lnhibition by Nano-Hydroxyapatite:a Cyclical Staining Test)