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Dental Care

A research by anthropologists found that, when analyzing the human remains, in the collected tooth samples, dental damage was closely related to the times. In older ages, the human teeth in the primitive era were healthier than in the present era. From the tooth remains of the Hunter Age, the tooth decay rate was 1-2%; 3-5% in the New Stone Age; the rate climbed to 11.7% in the Bronze Age; followed by 16% and 14.2% for Roman Empire and Middle Age respectively. In the present era, the rate is even up to 17.1%.^

It should be easily understood that, since humans entered the agrarian era, they started a “high-carb diets”living. According to the molecular structure, carbohydrates can be divided into fiber, polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, disaccharides and monosaccharides. The disaccharides and monosaccharides formed after decomposition of these carbohydrate foods are the breeding ground of bacteria causing tooth decay. They also form acidic substances after digestion. When the teeth are not cleaned thoroughly, it will lead to various dental and oral problems. That’s why the present tooth brushing methods need to keep pace with times, so that we can have healthy teeth.

Comparison of mechanism for Oral Care

Physical Action


Chemical Action

Chemical Reaction

Biological Action

Biological Active Factor under Circulation Reaction, repairing till decomposition

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Effectiveness for Oral Problems     


Physical Damage to Tooth & Gum



^ Source: An analysis of human historical remains in Anatolia, Western Asia, 2006

Cleansing Power originated from human body

bioMé ECdental series contains unique “fe biological lysozyme”, which is an active biological protein complex proven to effectively dissolve over 400 kinds of oral bacteria with over 90% inhibition rate with anhydrous tooth-brushing. Biological lysozyme is naturally originated from human body and hence it can be naturally and safely degradable.

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