07 Oct 16
As well as a universal sign of our happiness, it can be the cause of it. In fact, it’s said that those who often smile live longer – seven years on average – and are more likely to be successful in relationships and the workplace. A bright, white smile is something many of us strive for, and these all seem like good reasons.
28 Sep 16
BioMinF, the new toothpaste ingredient which strengthens your teeth while you sleep will be presented at the BDIA, Trycare stand - Q50.
24 Aug 16
It’s the only taste we crave from birth, it’s reportedly as addictive as many high-class drugs, and it’s found in almost everything we eat, from pasta and potatoes to fruit and fizzy drinks.
10 Aug 16
With normal toothpaste, the fluoride will stay on teeth for around two hours. However the Fluoride in a new toothpaste, BioMin™ F, is suspended in particles that stick to teeth for up to 12 hours.
20 May 16
Robert Hill explains to Sophie Bracken the technology behind BioMin™ F, the innovative new toothpaste that claims to remineralise tooth enamel over 12 hours thanks to slow-release bioactive glass technology.
08 May 16
A new toothpaste ingredient which puts back the lost minerals from tooth enamel and helps prevent decay and treat sensitivity while you sleep has been developed by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
15 Apr 16
With the BioMin™ calcium fluoro-phosphosilicate, dental researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed a material that has the potential to significantly reduce dental decay and solve tooth sensitivity when used as an ingredient in common oral hygiene brands. On Wednesday, the first commercial product was presented to the public in the form of a remineralising toothpaste during a press launch at the Royal London Hospital Dental Institute. The BioMin™ F will only be available to dental professionals in the UK through wholesalers for the time being, BioMin Technologies CEO...
04 Apr 16
With the BioMin™ Calcium Fluoro-Phosphosilicate, dental researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed a material that has the potential to significantly reduce dental decay and solve tooth sensitivity when used as an ingredient in common oral hygiene brands. On Wednesday, the first commercial product was presented to the public in the form of a remineralising toothpaste during a press launch at the Royal London Hospital Dental Institute. The BioMin™ F will only be available to dental professionals in the UK through wholesalers for the time being, BioMin Technologies CEO...