In a recent article on CBC’s “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” program, the world’s first UV-light-absorbing toothpaste was announced.
“I thought I was going to die, that I was never going to get my teeth whitened again,” says Michelle Lasker, a Toronto resident and mother of two.
“And when I saw this, I was so excited.
I think it’s going to change everything for me.
It’s going not only for my teeth, it’s for my whole body.”
Laskers family owns and operates Laskercare in Scarborough, Ontario, which manufactures Luminex toothpaste.
“It’s one of the biggest issues facing kids in the U.S. right now,” says Laskera.
“They’re being exposed to more UV-trails and more UV rays than ever before, which is why they need to get their teeth whitener.”
For parents like Laskar, the technology is essential to preventing tooth decay.
“If your kids are exposed to these UV rays all the time, then they’re more likely to develop cavities,” she says.
“UV rays are very harmful to the teeth.
When they’re exposed to UV rays for longer, that’s when they get a little bit of a reaction, and then they’ll develop a tooth decay problem.”
It’s also important for children to be exposed to a wide variety of natural UV rays, such as the sun, in the summer, which helps prevent cavities.
Laskering’s company has been in business since 2008.
“We’ve seen a lot of improvements since then,” says Laura Roloff, senior manager of marketing for Luminext.
“You’re going be exposed less often to UV-rays and you’ll get a better chance of developing cavities.” “
So if you take the sun for example, if you’re exposed for 12 hours a day and it’s a full sun day, then you’re going to experience a different type of UV light,” she continues.
“You’re going be exposed less often to UV-rays and you’ll get a better chance of developing cavities.”
Losing the Flu Fluentias and the Lumps Fluentia is an uncommon problem.
According to the Fluentiacs, fluency, or fluency in the tooth is a sign of tooth decay and can occur after an accident or injury to the tooth or after brushing, a fluoride tablet, or dental floss.
Fluentiats says the fluency of the tooth has declined since the late 1980s.
Fluency is determined by the amount of toothpaste you use, whether it’s natural or fluoridated.
Fluente is the name for natural fluoride toothpaste that comes in a range of fluoride levels.
Fluence is also measured in milligrams per liter of water.
For example, a liter of Fluential toothpaste contains 0.2 milligram fluoride per liter.
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