Compound that Bonds to Bones and Teeth?

Reply Tue 21 Jun, 2011 06:54 pm
I have a question:
Why hasn't (or has there been?) research into a compound that bonds to bones and teeth? If it was something safe for oral use it could be used like a mouth wash to protect against areas that are becoming decalcified. If it could be ingested and/or injected maybe it would be able to actually reach the bones to help with osteoporosis.
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Reply Wed 22 Jun, 2011 12:53 am
Where does this stem from?
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Charle Goster
Reply Wed 5 Dec, 2012 12:03 am
Good wishes to everyone,

Bone is a connective tissue largely composed of an organic protein; collagen and the inorganic mineral hydroxylate, which combine to provide a mechanical and supportive role in the body. Calcium is a critical mineral nutrient. You must include calcium in your diet because your body can't manufacture it. Calcium is essential for the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth. The strength of your bones depends on calcium and other minerals like silicon and magnesium that you absorb from your diet, particularly during your years of growth and development. Calcium is also important for nerve conductivity, for muscle contraction and for cell division. Also, the cells of your body require calcium, along with magnesium, to properly transmit nerve impulses.

Best Regards,
Charle Goster
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Reply Thu 21 Feb, 2013 03:56 am
I like your question see if the bonds between teeth and bones is getting distracts then there is possibility to have well fitness...
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