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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The restoration of lost solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition to the body, especially to bone and teeth.

Usage examples (20)
  • Each time, the enamel remineralization process is aided by exposure to that type of fluoride.
  • Tom's contains naturally sourced fluoride for remineralization and silica derived from sand for tartar control.
  • Many dentists are switching to a model that promotes the remineralization of teeth through procedures like fluoride varnishes.
  • Glaciers will be upon us sooner than we know unless we reverse intensification of atmospheric carbon dioxide by remineralization of the soil. for more
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