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Hydroxyapatite in toothpaste, what is it and what does it do?

Hydroxyapatite in toothpaste, what is it and what does it do?

Hydroxyapatite is a common ingredient in toothpaste. This natural form of calcium is also known as HA or HAP. What is hydroxyapatite? And what exactly does it do? We tell you everything you need to know about hydroxyapatite in toothpaste and what the best hydroxyapatite toothpaste is.

What is hydroxyapatite?

Hydroxyapatite strengthens tooth enamel. In its natural form, HA is a calcium responsible for 70% of dentin and 97% of tooth enamel. A high concentration of HA in your teeth therefore has a positive effect on the strength of your tooth enamel. More and more toothpastes contain tiny particles of HA. This so-called nanohydroxyapatite toothpaste makes your teeth whiter and less sensitive.

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What is the effect of hydroxyapatite toothpaste on your teeth?

A nanohydroxyapatite remineralising toothpaste has several benefits. These include helping with remineralisation, making your teeth less sensitive, whiter and stronger.

Remineralisation

Toothpaste with hydroxyapatite restores enamel and can help remineralise your teeth. That is, it adds minerals where they have disappeared due to tooth erosion.

At sensitive teeth

HA helps close open dentin canals. These canals that are in direct connection with the dental nerve make your teeth sensitive. This sensitivity will be noticeably reduced when using a nanohydroxyapatite toothpaste.

White teeth

Hydroxyapatite nanoparticles make your teeth whiter and smoother. As a result, this toothpaste brings out the natural whiteness of your teeth.

Strengthen teeth

The nano particles make your dental acid stronger and prevent cavities and gum disease. Moreover, your teeth become less sensitive.

Which toothpastes contain (nano) hydroxyapatite?

There are several hydroxyapatite toothpaste brands to choose from. Choose Fleeck for the best hydroxyapatite toothpaste.

Natural hydroxyapatite toothpaste

Hydroxyapatite is a component of your tooth enamel. This component is often added to natural toothpastes that are free of chemical additives. Both nanohydroxyapatite remineralising toothpaste with and without fluoride are available.

Fluoride-free toothpaste with hydroxyapatite

Hydroxyapatite is known to work well against cavities and gum disease. It is therefore a popular ingredient in natural and fluoride-free toothpastes. More and more people want to take care of their teeth with natural file agents. In this case, a fluoride-free toothpaste with hydroxyapatite is an excellent choice.

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Hydroxyapatite in toothpaste tablets

Toothpaste tablets are an excellent alternative to toothpaste in tubes. So you do the environment a favour by opting for this sustainable packaging. The tablets are also easy to take with you and very user-friendly. Choose toothpaste tablets with HA as an ingredient to enjoy the many benefits.

Hydroxyapatite is a natural building block for your teeth. These very small crystals make your tooth enamel strong and healthy. You also get whiter teeth by brushing with an HA toothpaste. There are different forms of hydroxyapatite toothpaste. These include toothpaste tablets and toothpastes with and without fluoride.

The sensitivity of your teeth will be noticeably reduced. HAP helps close the open dentin channels that connect to the tooth nerve. Your teeth will also feel smoother and look whiter after a few weeks.