People of New York, rejoice!

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  1. SouthernListen

    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    [h=1]Does anyone on the Stern show still have their original front teefuses?

    New chemical makes teeth 'cavity proof' - and could do away with dentist visits forever[/h]
    • Chemical could be added to toothpastes in year's time
    • Kills bacteria that erode teeth
    • Single dose protects mouth for hours
    • 'Keep 32' chemical could even be added to foods

    By Rob Waugh
    PUBLISHED:11:57 EST, 10 July 2012 | UPDATED:13:55 EST, 10 July 2012



    [​IMG]A new chemical could make human teeth 'cavity proof' - and do away with the need for visits to the dentists forever

    A new chemical could make human teeth 'cavity proof' - and do away with the need for visits to the dentists forever.
    The molecule has been called 'Keep 32' - after the 32 teeth in a human mouth.
    The chemical was designed by dentists in Chile, and wipes out all the bacteria that cause cavities in just 60 seconds in tests.
    The chemical could be added to any current dental care product, turning toothpaste, mouthwash and chewing gum into 'super cleansers' that could get rid of the underlying cause of tooth decay.
    The chemical targets 'streptococcus mutans', the bacteria that turns the sugar in your mouth into lactic acid which erodes tooth enamel.
    By exterminating the bacteria, 'Keep 32' prevents the damage to teeth before it happens.
    Using a product containing the chemical keeps your teeth 'cavity proof' for several hours.
    The product has been under test for seven years, and is now going into human trials.

    It could be on the market in 14 to 18 months, say researchers José Córdoba from Yale University and Erich Astudillo from the University of Chile.
    [h=4]More...[/h]
    The chemical could even be added to foods to stop bacteria damaging teeth as you eat.
    The researchers hope to licence the patent to chemical giants such as Procter and Gamble.
    'We are currently in talks with five interested in investing in our project or buy our patent,' say the researchers


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...h-bacteria-just-60-seconds.html#ixzz20Hm9N5ro
     
  2. Hammer3246

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    people of the south rejoice
     
  3. AGT Blows

    AGT Blows Well-Known Member

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    People of Great Britain rejoice.
     
  4. BrerJimmy

    BrerJimmy Well-Known Member

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    Too late for Appalachia.
     
  5. Time Bandit

    Time Bandit Well-Known Member

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    I see fake teeth everywhere now...I never use to notice them before..
    now they look baboon mouth fake as shit
     
  6. HORSETOOTHED

    HORSETOOTHED Well-Known Member

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    In other news, they've decided to keep fluoridating the water anyways. Turns out it protects against uhhhh... cancer.
     
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  7. harlock

    harlock ancora imparo Gold

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    what ELSE does it do though :bigthink
     
  8. Rufus

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    Where's Bye? When is she going to address this?:bed:
     
  9. Joe Bauers

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    How does this affect gum disease ?
     
  10. Bye You!

    Bye You! The n word guy Gold

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    Cure cavities, fine.

    You can't cure stupid. I'll always have a job.

    You would not believe the idiocy I see and hear on a daily basis.
     
  11. Wonder Trash

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    Robin is waiting for Keep 34.
     
  12. Dominic GPS

    Dominic GPS TIT: Texan-In-Training VIP

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    "but i thought if brillo works so well on my stubborn pots and pans..."
     
  13. RumBalls

    RumBalls The original RumBalls, est. Jan 16, 2012

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    So no Dremel with buffing wheel on my teeth?
     
  14. Bye You!

    Bye You! The n word guy Gold

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    Wouldn't be the first time I heard either of those things. :facepalm:
     
  15. harlock

    harlock ancora imparo Gold

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    you're saying stupid is terminoe? :(
     
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