Leeds University Innovators Develop Enamel Repair Technology

Researchers at the University of Leeds claim to have created a novel composition that can stimulate the body’s natural ability to repair tooth enamel.

The Swiss company Credentis was founded and granted an exclusive licence to develop the technology into a commercial product.

Some commentators are heralding this news as the beginning of the end for the dentist’s drill, at least as far as repairing small cavities is concerned.

Read more on the Channel 4 News website.
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