3.18.2020

XCP: A Novel Tooth Remineralizing Agent

Recipe:

251.15g TCP
20g        CaOH
2.7g       MgOh
0.54g     SiO2

186.1 TCP
14.82 CaOH

93.05 TCP
7.4 CaOH

207 DCP
60 CaOH2
2.5 MgO (1%)
0.5 SiO2(0.2%)


103.6g DCP Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate
29.6 CaOH2 Calcium Hydroxide
1.2 MgO Magnesium Oxide
0.2 SiO2 Silicon Dioxide

Dry mix
Wet mix into putty
Form into wafers
bake until dry
burn with HHO torch

Treat with 12.5% H2O2 and dry with a fan, peroxidation helps boost remineralization.

I have worked hard to develop the best tooth remineralization protocol for several years now.  Tetracalcium phosphate, tetracalcium phosphate peroxide, Octacalcium Phosphate, Alpha Tricalcium phosphate have all been combined in ratios to help mimic tooth enamel.

Well instead of doing all that, why not just make the proper calcium/phosphorus ratio to begin with?  That is XCP.  It may mimic hydroxyapatite but will likely have a crystal form that is more soluble from the high melting temperatures and fast cooling.  Also there is additional magnesium and silicon to mimic natural tooth enamel composition and hopefully boost remineralization even more.

Here are my notes in formulating it.

Based on info from
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1266820/pdf/biochemj01066-0090.pdf

I am boosting the sio2 since they averaged from whole tooth not just enamel

37% calcium
17.2% phos
.85% magnesium hydroxide
.1% silicon dioxide



Enamel is:
10 mol calcium
6 mol phosphorus

ttcp is 10:5

Ca10(PO4)6

Ca(HPO4)

Ca(OH)2

3(Ca3(PO4)2 ) + Ca(OH)2 =  Ca10(PO4)6

TCP mw = 310.18 x 3 = 930.54

Ca(OH)2 mw = 74.093

6(Ca(HPO4)) + 4(Ca(OH)2) =

6 moles dicalcium phosphate (172.1)
4 moles calcium hydroxide (74.1)

1032.6 DCP
296.4 CaOH

103.6 DCP
29.6 CaOH
1.2 MgO
0.2 SiO2

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