Dental scientists in Britain are working overtime to provide Britons with an everlasting beautiful smile. The researchers are working on creating ways to make dental care less painful, which would further help in more people undergoing dental procedures.
The latest dental treatments have seen a sea of change over the last few years, with many procedures turning out to have minimal pain. A new-age toothpaste would allow people to protect their teeth using a paste that has dissolvable glass as an ingredient to provide enhanced protection to the teeth.
The dissolvable glass particles after dissolving in the teeth release key ingredients for the protection of teeth, calcium and fluoride that are instrumental in protecting teeth against decay and sensitivity to temperature. Professor of Physical Sciences at the St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, Profess Robert Hill, while talking about the toothpaste has stated that the toothpaste would probably cost a meager £3 and protect the teeth for a period of 24 hrs if used twice in a day.
Another development that has been made is that of anesthetic that only affects the jaw and the mouth area for a period of 30 minutes to 90 minutes. The anesthetic is inhaled and is most effective in the upper jaw area, as it is the most porous
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