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I'm just about to remove the following material on tooth remineralisation. This has nothing to do with the subject of this article. It needs a separate article but I'm not the person to write it. To avoid confusing readers who follow links from biogeochemical topics to this article, I'm just stripping the tooth stuff out. I've stored it here should someone wish to use it in a new article. Cheers, --Plumbago (talk) 09:59, 28 March 2008 (UTC)
Remineralisation of teeth
The remineralization of teeth is a process in which minerals are returned to the molecular structure of the tooth itself. This process cannot replace lost tooth material (that is, it won't fill a cavity that has developed into a hole).