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Take Back
Your Mouth.

Nano-hydroxyapatite is the major component
of teeth hard tissue, corresponding to 97%
of the enamel

Looking to skip fluoride, an ingredient first added to toothpaste 100-years ago? Look no further. Unlike most of the industry, we believe that innova- tion is the key to reducing the most prevalent and preventable disease in the body (also linked to a host of fatal disease in the body and your immune system — it’s important, people).

Take it from us, oral care isn’t rocket science (well, NASA did technically create our active ingredient), but it does require awareness and owner- ship of your body. And now you don’t have to choose between a natural, safe toothpaste and a science-backed one.

So, modern Science:
meet our mouths.

Here’s a summary of the existing research on nano-hydroxyapatite and why we’re using it (hint: it’s very effective and nontoxic).

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“The nano-hydroxyapatite is a revolutionary material with a wide use in dentistry. With regard to restorative and preventive fields, nano-hydroxyapatite has remarkable remineralizing effects on initial lesions of enamel, certainly higher than traditional fluorides used until now for this purpose. Nano-hydroxyapatite is, in fact, a better source of free Ca, and this is a key element as regards the remineralization, the protect.”

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