Biomin F toothpaste achieves Oral Health Foundation accreditation
BioMin F, a pioneering toothpaste which replaces lost tooth mineral, has become the first toothpaste to gain accreditation from the Oral Health Foundation’s expert panel for both sensitivity reduction and remineralisation.
Surveys indicate that more than 40% of adults experience tooth sensitivity at some stage during their lifetimes.
BioMin F toothpaste works through its slow release of calcium, phosphate and fluoride ions which form a protective fluoro apatite layer on the tooth surface. This apatite effectively seals any exposed and open dentine tubules, which are a key cause of tooth sensitivity due to their direct link with the central nervous system.
“Oral Health Foundation accreditation is a hugely important endorsement of our toothpaste as it assures consumers that BioMin F has been evaluated by an independent panel of internationally recognised dental experts and academics. These experts have studied all the claims carefully to ensure they are true and are backed up by reliable scientific evidence,” explained BioMin chief executive Richard Whatley.
Commenting on the news, Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, Dr Nigel Carter OBE said: “It is a great pleasure to be adding our seal of approval to the BioMin F. Tooth sensitivity and enamel loss can cause many people a great deal of pain. For those looking for a toothpaste which combats sensitivity and enamel demineralisation, BioMin F is a good and effective option.”
The Foundation has the biggest oral healthcare product accreditation scheme in the world and is internationally recognised. Consumers can be assured that a product which carries the Oral Health Foundation approved logo has had its claims rigorously checked and effectively verified. The accreditation is applicable worldwide.Each product that passes through the programme is awarded with a kite mark. To see the latest list of products approved by the Oral Health Foundation, visit www.dentalhealth.org/accreditation.
For more information about Biomin F, visit http://www.biomin.co.uk/