It is an all natural non-surgical repair process and is entirely pain-free too totally, said Professor Jennifer Kirkham, from the University of Leeds Dental care Institute, who offers led development of the brand new technique. The ‘magic’ fluid was designed by experts in the University of Leeds’ College of Chemistry, led by Dr Amalia Aggeli. It includes a peptide known as P 11-4 that – under certain conditions – will assemble jointly into fibres. In practice, which means that when put on the tooth, the liquid seeps in to the micro-pores due to acid attack and then spontaneously forms a gel. This gel then offers a ‘scaffold’ or framework that attracts calcium and regenerates the tooth’s mineral from within, offering a pain-free and natural repair.Meschino, M.D., Marjan M. Nezarati, M.D., Alexander Asamoah, M.D., Kelly E. Jackson, M.S., Gordon C. Gowans, M.D., Judith A. Martin, M.D., Erin P. Carmany, M.S., David W. Stockton, M.D., Rhonda E. Schnur, M.D., Lynette S. Penney, M.D., Donna M. Martin, M.D., Ph.D., Salmo Raskin, Ph.D., Kathleen Leppig, M.D., Heidi Thiese, M.S., Rosemarie Smith, M.D., Erika Aberg, M.S., Dmitriy M. Niyazov, M.D., Luis F. Escobar, M.D., Dima El-Khechen, M.S., Kisha D. Johnson, M.S., Robert R.