A Molecule Has Been Created That Makes Teeth Cavityproof

| July 9, 2012 | Reply

It’s called keep32(clever, huh?) and it may make your trips to the dentist much more tolerable. A molecule has been made tat can be put in toothpaste, in candy- pretty much anywhere. What the molecule can do is destroy the bacteria that creates cavities in about 60 seconds. The product has been under development since 2005 and may come to the market as soon as next year. Of course, most toothpaste companies will be very interested in this technology as well as some gum makers.

Source: Gizmodo

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