2017 is the year when scientists from King’s College London want to make available a new pain-free technique of rebuilding teeth. This technique is called Electrically Accelerated and Enhanced Remineralization.
This treatment will increase the natural process of rebuilding teeth with the minerals calcium and phosphate. First, the dentist should prepare the damage enamel and then an electric current sends minerals into the area.
A Scottish company named Reminova develops the dental instruments that perform the Electrically Accelerated and Enhanced Remineralization (EAER). The predicted price for it is 10 000 dollars.
Dr. Wright, the CEO of Reminova says they will be able to reverse the decay and rebuild the enamel. The dental drilling is becoming something that was done in the past. You will get rid of the horrible fillings and the injections.
Is tooth decay a common problem?
Tooth cavity is a common problem for around 2.3 billion people every year. Tooth decay occurs when the minerals are lost in the enamel. Also, it can occur when we consume a lot of acidic food or drinks. This makes the enamel weaker and it gets destroyed in time, allowing the bacteria enter in the tooth and create cavity.
Tooth Re-mineralization at Home
Many people say they have healed their teeth with diet, pH balance, minerals and re-mineralization products. However, the mainstream modern dentistry does not study these methods for healing teeth. But, there are some dentists that say re-mineralization is very possible and fluoride is a poison that only momentary provides tooth protection.
Start re-mineralization as soon as you see tiny white spots on your teeth, which are the sigh of early decay. People who began re-mineralization earlier had more success with healing the cavity completely.
Maybe you have seen yourself that the filling is not the best solution and those you got eventually fell off and the cavity appeared again. So, a larger filling had to be put in and a crown had to be made.
We live in a modern age where science is advanced and we can understand how teeth can re-grow themselves.