NANO<mHAP> SUPPORT: Functions of SANGI's Nano-Hydroxyapatite


Plaque Entfernung

Adhesion to and Removal of Plaque and Plaque Bacteria

Nano<mHAP> binds strongly to protein, and collects bacteria and plaque fragments scrubbed off the teeth during toothbrushing, facilitating their removal on rinsing from the mouth. It doesn't kill microbes, both harmful and beneficial, as antiseptics or bacteriocides do, and no bacterial residues or allergy-causing toxins are produced. Supplied in a mouthrinse, <mHAP> nanoparticles penetrate spaces where a toothbrush cannot reach, also gathering up and helping remove pathogenic bacteria.


Filling of microfissures

Filling of Microscopic Surface Fissures

Nano<mHAP> also acts as a filler, repairing microscopic pits and fissures caused by wear or excessive pressure on the enamel surface, and which are a gathering point for plaque and stains. This surface repair, enhanced by the particles' nano size, makes the enamel noticeably smoother - you can feel the difference - and it reduces the vulnerability of the teeth to attachment by plaque bacteria and stains.


Subsurface remineralization

Remineralization of Subsurface Demineralized Areas (Incipient Caries Lesions)

<mHAP> nanoparticles, in the oral cavity, support the natural mineral supply and functions of our saliva. They provide the necessary mineral to directly remineralize subsurface mineral-depleted areas of tooth enamel (incipient caries or so-called ‘white spot’ lesions), restoring its mineral density and preventing the progression of incipient caries lesions to actual tooth decay.


Filling and coating of exposed dentinal tubules

Dentinal Tubular Occlusion

<mHAP> nanoparticles seal and form a coating overexposed dentinal tubules, the minuscule canals that lead to the nerve at the center of the tooth. Normally protected, the tubules can become exposed to external stimuli like heat or cold, resulting in short sharp pain, if the tooth surface over them becomes eroded or the gums recede because of aging or periodontal disease. Nano<mHAP> relieves and protects against hypersensitivity by creating a new protective layer, preventing access to the tubules by external stimuli at the surface of the tooth.


Selective Removal of Harmful Bacteria

As regards the oral microbial flora, SANGI's nano<mHAP> has been shown to selectively bind and remove not only members of the Mutans streptococci family, which are known to cause tooth decay, but also  periodontitis-related bacteria such as P.gingivalis and A.cometans, and the opportunistic fungal microbe Candida, often found in the oral cavity as well. Nano<mHAP> gathers up but doesn't kill these microbes, unlike antiseptics or bacteriocides, which uniformly affect the entire microbial flora, good or bad. As a result it can delicately reduce the proportion of these harmful microbes in the overall oral flora, leading to a more favorably balanced microbial population in the mouth.

Adsorbtion schädlicher Bakterien


Adsorbtion of bad breath related smells

Offensive Odor Adsorption

In addition to supporting plaque control and a balanced oral flora, both of which reduce the likelihood of bad breath, nano<mHAP> also adsorbs malodorous gases* released from accumulated plaque or the infected gum pockets. Prevention is of course better than cure, and cure is better than mere symptom relief. But at least some initial relief can be achieved in this way until the causes of bad breath are eliminated.

*Hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan


Provision of Supplementary Tooth Mineral

Newly broken teeth in infants and children are not yet fully mineralized. They need a continuous supply of calcium and phosphate ions from saliva to reach their full mineral density. In contrast, the teeth of older people may show signs of erosion, whether by acids or teeth grinding, and be in a constantly worn condition. Teeth need extra minerals at any age, whether to reach maturity, to mitigate the effects of erosion, or simply to support the daily role of saliva in combating the demineralizing effect of acids from plaque and food on our teeth. The most important role of nano<mHAP> is to supply this mineral.


Beautiful smile

Restoring Mineral Density to the Enamel

Naturally white, shining teeth are refreshingly beautiful. Bleaching     and abrasives can temporarily help improve whiteness, but they also cause microscopic damage, so that staining readily returns. Subsurface demineralization and surface roughness also make enamel opaque, and less reflectant, reducing its natural translucency and gloss. Tooth enamel in optimum conditions of smoothness and mineral density is shining and semi-transparent, revealing the ivory color of the dentin beneath. By constantly supplying mineral to restore and maintain your enamel in top condition, nano<mHAP> not only protects against decay, but restores the translucency, gloss and natural whiteness of your teeth.
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