Introducing Bioniq®

Tooth enamel wears down over time, as teeth are exposed to numerous stresses every day: acidic meals and drinks, chewing tough foods, aggressive brushing and unconscious teeth grinding. Thinning enamel is more susceptible to diseases and sensitivity.

Bioniq® Repair Toothpaste works according to a natural principal with a tooth-like ingredient: hydroxyapatite, also known as biomimetic enamel.

During each brushing, Bioniq® Repair Toothpaste with 20% biomimetic enamel helps to remineralise micro-defects and forms a protective layer against wear, acids and bacteria.

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Interesting information about oral health

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Tooth structure

What does a tooth look like on the inside? And are there differences between molars and incisors? In this article you will discover the structure of a human tooth, find out which areas need special protection during your daily oral hygiene routine and what medical approaches are available to restore your teeth.

Illustration eines Backenzahns mit einem strahlenden Schutzschild an der Seite als Sinnbild für intakten Zahnschmelz


Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body. Over time, however, it is worn away. In this article you will learn what enamel is, what function it has for oral health, how to detect enamel wear and how to restore your own enamel.

Mundpartie einer Frau, die mit einem Finger auf ihr entzündetes Zahnfleisch über ihren Schneidezähnen deutet

Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)

If your gums are reddened, swollen or even bleeding, these may be signs of gingivitis. In this article you will learn how to detect inflamed gums, how good oral hygiene promotes healing and when gingivitis means a visit to the dentist.