30 Oct 19
A clinical trial carried out in Italy confirms that twice-daily brushing with BioMin F reduces dentine hypersensitivity more effectively than conventional ‘sensitivity’ toothpaste.
28 Oct 19
Scaling treatment commonly causes dentine hypersensitivity (DH), a problem that hygienists see in the surgery all too often. Some patients experience short-term discomfort, while others find the procedure unbearable. Find out how BioMin toothpaste could help.
27 Sep 18
Joss Harding of Confident Dental Care found the information and products for helping patients (with their mouths) during Cancer treatment were available but very difficult to find.
18 Sep 18
"We have been using and recommending BioMin F toothpaste for just under a year. We both use it ourselves and like it, and Donna’s children like it because of the taste and the way it makes their teeth feel." Dr Anne O’Donnell
11 Sep 18
"BioMin F provides the optimum concentration for the benefit – you don’t need any more than that – and I like that it adheres to the tooth to be slowly released." Dr Nigel Slattery, Little Lever, Bolton, Lancs
10 Sep 18
"I read the BioMin information and was impressed by the science behind it, the bioactive glass and the slow release concept, as well as the physical barrier provided by the product." Dr Rash Patel, London
30 Aug 18
"Prevention is the key – avoiding loss of tooth structure BEFORE it becomes a problem." Dr James Durie, Hampton, Middx
27 Aug 18
"I am a ‘bit of a sucker’ for new technology. I read about BioMin on a science website, found it interesting and ordered some about 15 months ago." Dr Don Gibson, Yeovil
25 Aug 18
"I would say to colleagues that they should try the product for themselves – and not worry about the lower fluoride content than in competing products. It does what it says on the tube!." Dr Andrew Walton
20 Aug 18
"I trialled it on myself first. I found I was sensitive to cold air when I had had whitening treatment, so I used BioMin F for 14 days and the sensitivity was improved enough for me to go on with the treatment." Sam Davidson, Hygienist