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Re-mineralising your teeth without Fluoride

We’ve all heard about the benefits and dangers of fluoride in toothpaste, and it is indeed a powerful ingredient for protecting our teeth from decay and plaque buildup. For more information check my previous blog https://www.mimkleiberg.com/post/the-low-down-on-flouride.


But with the rise of newer toothpaste ingredients like hydroxyapetite, it’s important to understand the difference and why it may be a better choice for many.


Hydroxyapetite is a naturally-occurring mineral that can be found in our teeth and bones. It is very similar chemically to the fluoride found in traditional toothpaste, but with a few key differences. The first is that it is more effective in preventing tooth decay and plaque buildup than fluoride.


Studies show that hydroxyapetite is more effective at remineralizing teeth and creating a protective barrier against enamel-damaging bacteria over time.Hydroxyapetite also works differently than fluoride. Rather than just sitting atop your teeth, it bonds to the surface of the enamel, creating a protective shield that is stronger and more durable. This helps to prevent food particles, bacteria, and acids from being able to penetrate the enamel and cause damage.




Another benefit of hydroxyapetite is that it is better for those with sensitive teeth. This mineral is a gentler alternative and has been found to be less irritating and more comfortable on sensitive teeth.In addition, it is more readily bioavailable than fluoride, meaning it is more easily absorbed by your teeth. This means that the protective benefits will last longer and be more effective.




Hydroxyapetite is also a great choice for people looking for something more natural, as it comes from a mineral, rather than a synthetic chemical.


Overall, hydroxyapetite is a great choice for those looking for an alternative to traditional fluoride-based toothpastes.



It offers many more benefits and can help to reduce tooth sensitivity and remineralize teeth more effectively.


Do your research to find out if hydroxyapetite toothpaste is the best choice for you.


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